December 5, 2002 -May 10, 2003

An important portrait painter during the early days of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Sutcliffe Maudsley was one of the three known portrait painters living in Navoo, Illinois. After traveling from the British Isles to join the saints in Nauvoo, Maudsley made unique and significant contributions through his portraits of early Church leaders. His portraits are not only works of art, but also significant historical records that give insight into the lives of early Church members.

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