This page is devoted to the writers, artists, and sculptors with whom Colonel Thorn interacted, gave patronage to, commissioned, or had some affect upon them, and the works they created.
- Paul Raymond Gayrard (sculptor)
- GPA Healy (portrait painter)
- Theodore Fay (writer)
- William G. Maurer (poet)
- Franz Liszt (musician and composer)
- Horatio Greenough (sculptor)
- Alfred deDreux
George Healy was a famous and prolific portrait painter of the early nineteenth century. He is most well known for his renditions of politicians and beautiful women.
Paul Gayrard was a a French sculptor born in 1807. He created this beautiful bronze of Jane Thorn de Pierres.
Fay, sponsored by Herman Thorn, penned this novel.