First Families in America have a lot of say in decorating their temporary home. From drapes to upholstery to paintings on the wall, so many changes from one president to the next
This simple redecorating allows First Families to both stake their claim and make themselves more comfortable in the new and humbling environment
As the leader of the United States, you have access to the White House’s very own collection of artwork. With that said, some leaders have sought out external works of art.
Here are our top 4 paintings from the White House collection
The Inaugural Painting, “Landscape with Rainbow,” picked out by First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, was painted by a Robert S. Duncanson.
The Obama’s had Alma Thomas’s Resurrection (1966), an eye catching work, presiding over a Passover seder in the White House’s family dining room.
A great example of American impressionism, Childe Hassam’s The Avenue in the Rain captures a bittersweet moment in the immediate aftermath of the First World War.
Which paintings would you choose for your stay in the White House?