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 Thomas H. Stevenson  (1817 - 1882 or 89)

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Lived/Active: Ohio/Indiana      Known for: river view, miniature, Indian grounds

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A landscape and miniature painter and art teacher, Thomas Hodsell Stevenson was born on May 19, 1917, probably in Rochester, England, and came to America with his family around 1830.  They settled outside of Cleveland, Ohio, which is now Richmond Heights. 

Following is a reprint of an earlier newspaper reference by Norris Schneider, from the Ohio Republican, October 21, 1843. The reprint was in the Times Recorder newspaper in Zanesville, Ohio and is dated 1-22-67.

"T.H. Stevenson "painted miniatures on ivory and made pencil sketches."

He may be the same Thomas Stevenson who did a series of paintings of the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers that are in the Wisconsin Historical Society.  In 1855, a Thomas Stevenson was in Milwaukee, and for the next three years worked in partnership with Samuel M Brookes to do the views of the rivers and also three views of Indian battlegrounds.

Stevenson died on March 19, 1882 in Indianapolis, Indiana

Sources include
Peter Hastings Falk, editor, Who Was Who in American Art
Charlie Kearns, Zanesville, Ohio (newspaper quote)
Esther Norbut, whose great-grandfather was the brother of the artist.

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