Annual Exhibit

2021 Exhibit

Lew Wallace painted The Conspirators in 1867--the painting is one of several selected for conservation.For fourteen years, the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum has had an exhibit in the Carriage House dedicated to one aspect of Lew Wallace’s life. In 2021, we will continue with this approach by hosting an exhibit about his art and music.

In addition to his literary endeavors, Lew also sketched, painted, and sculpted. His creativity also extended into the musical realm; not only did he play the violin, but he also learned to make violins late in life.

The 2021 exhibit will feature works by Wallace that are not commonly seen, as well as his more famous paintings, such as “The Conspirators.”