Museum Collection on the Road: Sheldon Peck Homestead, Lombard, IL

The Illinois State Museum’s Sheldon Peck portrait of Silas Vaughan is currently on view with other works by the artist in his home in Lombard, IL. Mr. Vaughan is in good company, surrounded by over a dozen of Peck’s portraits. This is a rare opportunity to see the work bu the distinctive folk portraitist, sheep farmer and radical abolitionist in the original home of the artist. The exhibition, Sheldon Peck: Footsteps of his Life is organized by the Lombard Historical Society, and is on extended view through October 8th.

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