An exhibit of artworks by George Henry Story (1835-1922), who is most famous for painting President Lincoln 12 times, is on view now at Wood Memorial Library and Museum, 783 Main St. in South Windsor.
The exhibit, called “A Lincoln Portrait,” includes 15 Story paintings, including one of his Lincolns. It will be on exhibit until Thursday, Feb. 28.
Paintings were loaned by Smith College Museum of Art (the Lincoln portrait), Wadsworth Atheneum — where Story served as curator from 1889 to 1907 — Brooklyn Museum. Also, the Marshall family of Coventry, who are Story’s descendants, loaned several pieces.
The exhibit also includes artifacts and memorabilia from Story's life. It also includes a print of Story's portrait of Lincoln done in 1920, when Story was 85, and a print of Story's portrait of Ulysses S. Grant.

The exhibit was funded in part by the Mortensen Foundation and the Greater Hartford Arts Council.
Gallery hours are Monday and Thursday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday 1 to 5 p.m. Admission is free.