(5 ILCS 460/212)
Official gubernatorial portraits.
(a) The portraits of the Governors of Illinois, painted or otherwise created as visual images, displayed in the State Capitol shall be the official State portraits of the Governors of Illinois.
(b) No portrait or other image of any person who has served as Governor of Illinois and who has been removed from that office by impeachment and conviction shall be financed or paid for by the State or any State entity or with State funds. Notwithstanding this prohibition, a portrait or image of such a person may be displayed or otherwise placed in the State Capitol, and the State may maintain such official State portrait of that person among the official State portraits of the Governors of Illinois.
(Source: P.A. 96-1017, eff. 1-1-11.)