Most of Thomas Satterwhite Noble’s notable paintings are held by art museums and archives. Private collectors also hold his artworks. Many of his art works remained in the family.
Following are selected Oils and Sketches of his works. Date, description and current ownership (if known) are provided.
Depicts the historical event of John Brown blessing a baby while on his way to execution. Oil on canvas. 84 x 60. Owned by the New York Historical Society.
Painting of Mary Rosamond Noble, daughter of artist. Oil on Canvas. 18 x 20. Private Family Collection.
Blind man of Paris. Oil on Canvas. 35 x 45. Owned by Yale University Art Gallery.
The Sybil. Oil on canvas. Owned by the Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina.
Forgiven. Oil on canvas. 50 x 65. Owned by the Johnson Collection, South Carolina.
Mice and Walnuts. Oil on Wood. 5 x 10. Private family collection.
Slave owner selling his slave son. Oil on Canvas. Owned by the Morris Museum of Art - Augusta.
Seascape. Oil on Canvas. 14 x 18. Private collection
The fugitive slave Margaret Garner is standing over the body of her dead child, glaring in fury at her white captors. Oil on board. Owned by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
Polish Jew in exile. Oil on Canvas. 48 x 38. Private ownership.
Study head of the woman kneeling before John Brown, in John Brown's Blessing (1866). Oil on Canvas. 12 x 14. Private family owned.
Based on song, "Froggy He a Wooing Go" and painted for the Mary Caroline, wife of the artist. Oil on Canvas. 6 x 10. Privately family owned.
Depicts the last sale of the slaves on the St. Louis courthouse steps. Smaller rendition of original Noble painting completed in 1865. Oil on canvas. Missouri Historical Society.
Cleaning Antiques. Oil on canvas. 66 x 60. Privately owned.
Old Venice. Oil on Belgium linen. 10 x16. Privately family owned.
Presumably 8 year old Mary Rosamond holding 9 month old Grace Noble. Charcoal on paper. Privately owned.
Possibly study sketches done during Civil War duties. Charcoal on Paper. Private Family Owned.
Mr. Lynn's Dog in Leeds, New York. Pencil on Paper. From 1866-1867 Sketchbook.
From sketchbook III 1866-67. Private Family owned.
Moth. Pencil on Paper. From sketchbook 1876.
Taylor House. Dayton, Kentucky. Paper and pencil.
Rock on string. Drawn for drawing class. Privately owned.
"When Greek meets Greek, then there is a tug of War". Political humor sketch. Pen on paper. Privately owned.
Artist's son, Mark Noble in highchair. Charcoal on paper. Privately family owned.
Mary Rosamund, Artist's daughter. Chalk on blue paper, white heightening. Labeled on back, T.S. Noble.