Title: About The St. Charles Public Library’s Art Collection
Location: St. Charles Public Library
Owner: St. Charles Public Library
Map Locator Number: #10
The Library’s Collection of artwork on this web site:
Abe Lincoln Enters Coles County Illinois; Allegorical Figure Of Winged Victory Holding Aloft Peace; Along The Calumet, Illinois; An Old Windjammer; Bryant Durant Home; Captain George Rogers Clark Takes Koskia; Car #419; Chasing My Shadow; Chippewa Indian Camp/Northern Wisconsin; Chippewa Indians Harvesting Wild Rice; Corner Of State And Washington, 1865; Counterpoint; Flag Quilt – September 11; Fort Dearborn Massacre; Freighter On The Calumet, Illinois; General Grant’s Home In Galena; George; Hannahville Children; Hip Cat; Held; History Of Illinois In Woodcuts; Hotel Baker; Keep Your Balance; La Genie De La Danse; Landscape; LaSalle Fortifying Illinois; LaSalle Street From Courthouse Square; Lincoln In New Salem; Lincoln’s Springfield Home; Loading Wheat, Illinois; Marquette & Joliet Welcomed By Illinois Indians; Michigan Avenue From Park Row, 1865; Mural; N.W. Corner Of LaSalle And Randolph; N.W. Corner Of Dearborn And Monroe, 1865; Oak Street Beach; Outbound, Illinois; Phryne Devante Ses Juges; Read Them Like A Book; Reading On The River; River & Canal Boats; River Traffic, Illinois; Roman Landscape; Sherman House At Clark And Randolph, 1864; S.E. Corner Of LaSalle And Washington; Spring Planting; St. Charles Landmark Quilt; Svenska Flottan; Svenska Flottan 1903; The Cat; The Joy Of Reading; The Turtle; Vandalia 1824; View Of Michigan Avenue From Randolph, 1865; Washington Street Between State And Dearborn, 1864;
PLEASE NOTE: The St. Charles Public Library has a significant public art collection that does NOT appear on this web site. Their collection is large and rotates in and out of areas that can be accessed by the public. We will endeavor to keep up to date with their collection, but at any given point in time there may be displayed pieces not shown on this site or pieces on this site that are not available for viewing at that time.
Another resource for more information and images about the library’s public art collection is Art and Architecture in Illinois Libraries.