|Dec. 19, 2008--President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush unveiled their portraits at the National Portrait Gallery. These portraits were commissioned by the Gallery; the portrait of President Bush will be displayed in the Gallery's "America's Presidents" exhibition.|
|Robert Anderson, a
classmate of Bush's at Yale University who now works in Darien, CT,
painted the President's portrait.
Aleksander Titovets, a Russian painter now based in El Paso, TX, and
best known for his landscapes, did the portrait of the First
Lady. (Transcript of Remarks)
|Copyright © 2008 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action||