The decency of the 44th president contrasts painfully with the incivility of the 45th.
The unveiling of portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama in the National Portrait Gallery Monday contrasted painfully with the images flowing out of the White House over the past week: a woman with a black eye inflicted by her former husband, a Trump staffer in good standing. The awful contrast between a President and First Lady who strove to act with decency and grace at all times, and a woman abused by a trusted employee of a White House that cares about neither decency nor grace, is the story of our time.
They'll be on display with other presidential images at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Two African-Americans, Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald, were commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery for the official Obama portraits.
Travelers heading to Washington, D.C., this spring will have something new to see: Portraits of former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the National Portrait Gallery. The portraits will go on display Tuesday a...
The National Portrait Gallery has unveiled the official portraits of former president Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama.