| Antoine Thomas|| 1833, Paris, France|
Antoine Jean-Baptiste Thomas Wikipedia
Antoine Jean-Baptiste Thomas (1791–1833) was a French painter and lithographer.
Thomas mentored under François-André Vincent, and later studied at the École des Beaux-Arts. Thomas lived and traveled around Italy, which inspired many of his works. He specialized in oil paintings, often depictions of Italian daily life or ancient rome. He was also commissioned to paint a number of religious works for various churches. Thomas' style is characterized as Romanticism.