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Art & Historic Objects in the Senate Wing of the Capitol & Senate Office Buildings
Gary Sisco (ed.). This report was prepared by the Office of Senate Curator. Since the Senate Commission on Art was established in 1968, it has worked to fulfill its legislative authority to care & protect the art & historical objects located in the Senate wing of the Capitol & the Senate Office Buildings. Some of the oldest & most historically significant objects in the Senate include the marble bust of Chief Justice John Jay, executed in 1831 by John Frazee; & the 1832 portrait of George Washington by Rembrandt Peale. These, & the hundreds of other art & historical objects in the U.S. Senate, chronicle the nationís achievements over the last two centuries, & provide visitors with a greater appreciation of our historic past.
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