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Charles Alston, “Martin Luther King, Jr.” (1970)/National Portrait Gallery

Anonymous artist after Jean-Baptiste Greuze, “Benjamin Franklin” (19th century)/National Gallery of Art

Anonymous artist after Victor Lamkay, “Eleanor Roosevelt” (c. 1993)/White House Collection

Robert Berks, “Robert F. Kennedy” (1968)/National Portrait Gallery

George Cooke, “City of Washington From Beyond the Navy Yard” (1833)/White House Collection

Childe Hassam, “The Avenue in the Rain” (1917)/White House Collection

George P.A. Healy, “Thomas Jefferson” (c. 1842-1860)/National Gallery of Art

Allan Houser, “Swift Messenger” (1990)/National Museum of the American Indian

Charles Keck, “Harry Truman” (1947)/White House Collection

Artis Lane, “Rosa Parks” (1990)/National Portrait Gallery

Augustus Saint-Gaudens, “Abraham Lincoln” (c. 1923)/White House Collection

George Henry Story, “Abraham Lincoln” (c. 1915)/White House Collection

Gilbert Stuart, “George Washington” (c. 1805)/White House Collection

Frank O. Salisbury, “Franklin Delano Roosevelt” (1947)/White House Collection

Paul A. Suarez, “Caesar Chavez” (1996)/Cesar Chavez Foundation

John Trumbull, “Alexander Hamilton” (c.1805)/White House Collection

Unknown artist, “Daniel Webster” (mid-19th century)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: Alex Brandon/Associated Press

Desk image: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Trump administration

Joseph Siffred Duplessis, “Benjamin Franklin” (c. 1785)/National Portrait Gallery

Asher B. Durand, “Andrew Jackson” (1835)/New-York Historical Society

Ralph E.W. Earl, “Andrew Jackson” (c.1835)/White House Collection

George P.A. Healy, “Thomas Jefferson” (c.1842-1860)/National Gallery of Art

Andrew Melrose, “New York Harbor and the Battery” (c.1887)/White House Collection

Rembrandt Peale, “Thomas Jefferson” (1800)/White House Collection

Rembrandt Peale, “George Washington” (c.1823)/White House Collection

George Henry Story, “Abraham Lincoln” (c.1915)/White House Collection

John Trumbull, “Alexander Hamilton” (c.1805)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: Erin Schaff/The New York Times

Desk image: Carlos Barria/Reuters

Obama administration

Childe Hassam, “The Avenue in the Rain” (1917)/White House Collection

Edward Hopper, “Burly Cobb’s House, South Truro” (1930-33)/Heirs of Josephine N. Hopper and Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Whitney Museum of American Art

Edward Hopper, “Cobb’s Barns, South Truro” (1930-33)/Heirs of Josephine N. Hopper and Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Whitney Museum of American Art

Thomas Moran, “The Three Tetons” (c. 1895)/White House Collection

Rembrandt Peale, “George Washington” (c. 1823)/White House Collection

Norman Rockwell, “Working on the Statue of Liberty”/SEPS, via Curtis Licensing

George Henry Story, “Abraham Lincoln” (c. 1915)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Desk image: White House Historical Association

George W. Bush administration

William Henry David Koerner, “A Charge to Keep” (1929)

Tom Lea, “Rio Grande” (1954)/El Paso Museum of Art

Julian Onderdonk, “Near San Antonio” (no date)/San Antonio Museum of Art

Julian Onderdonk, “Chili Queens at the Alamo” (no date)/Witte Museum

Julian Onderdonk, “Cactus Flowers” (no date)/Witte Museum

Rembrandt Peale, “George Washington” (c.1823)/White House Collection

George Henry Story, “Abraham Lincoln” (c.1915)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum

Desk image: White House Historical Association

Clinton administration

George Cooke, “City of Washington From Beyond the Navy Yard” (1833)/White House Collection

Childe Hassam, “The Avenue in the Rain” (1917)/White House Collection

Thomas Moran, “The Three Tetons” (c.1895)/White House Collection

Rembrandt Peale, “George Washington” (c.1823)/White House Collection

Norman Rockwell, “Working on the Statue of Liberty”/SEPS, via Curtis Licensing

Thomas Sully, “Andrew Jackson” (c.1824)/National Gallery of Art

Unknown artist after William Henry Bartlett, “The President’s House” (c.1836-37)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: White House Historical Association

Desk image: Dirck Halstead/The LIFE Images Collection, via Getty Images

George H.W. Bush administration

Frederic E. Church, “Rutland Falls, Vermont” (1848)/White House Collection

George Cooke, “City of Washington From Beyond the Navy Yard” (1833)/White House Collection

Thomas Moran, “The Three Tetons” (c.1895)/White House Collection

Charles Willson Peale, “Benjamin Henry Latrobe” (c. 1804)/White House Collection

Rembrandt Peale, “George Washington” (c.1823)/White House Collection

Thomas Sully, “Andrew Jackson” (c.1824)/National Gallery of Art

Unknown artist after William Henry Bartlett, “The President’s House” (c.1836-37)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

Desk image: Susan Biddle/White House and The LIFE Picture Collection, via Getty Images

Reagan administration

George Cooke, “City of Washington From Beyond the Navy Yard” (1833)/White House Collection

Sanford Gifford, “Seventh Regiment Encampment” (1861)/Union League Club of New York

Victor De Grailly (attributed), “Eastport and Passamaquoddy Bay” (1845)/White House Collection

Charles Wilson Peale, “George Washington” (1776)/White House Collection

Thomas Sully, “Andrew Jackson” (c.1824)/National Gallery of Art

A. Wordsworth Thompson, “Passing the Outpost” (1881)/Union League Club of New York

Unknown artist after William Henry Bartlett, “The President’s House” (c.1836-37)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: White House Historical Association

Desk image: Ronald Reagan Library

Carter administration

George Cooke, “City of Washington From Beyond the Navy Yard” (1833)/White House Collection

Victor De Grailly (attributed) “Eastport and Passamaquoddy Bay” (1845)/White House Collection

Jean-Baptiste Greuze (attributed), “Benjamin Franklin” (1782)/Department of State

Charles Wilson Peale, “George Washington” (1776)/White House Collection

Thomas Sully, “Andrew Jackson” (c.1824)/National Gallery of Art

A. Wordsworth Thompson, “Passing the Outpost” (1881)/Union League Club of New York

Unknown artist after William Henry Bartlett, “The President’s House” (c.1836-37)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: Everett Collection/Alamy

Desk image: Jimmy Carter Library

Ford administration

Albert Bierstadt, “Old Faithful” (c. 1881)/White House Collection

Victor De Grailly (attributed), “Eastport and Passamaquoddy Bay” (1845)/White House Collection

Jean-Baptiste Greuze (attributed), “Benjamin Franklin” (1782)/Department of State

Charles Wilson Peale, “Benjamin Franklin” (1785)/Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Charles Wilson Peale, “George Washington” (1776)/White House Collection

A. Wordsworth Thompson, “Passing the Outpost” (1881)/Union League Club of New York

Unknown artist after William Henry Bartlett, “The President’s House” (c.1836-37)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: White House Historical Association

Desk image: White House Historical Association

Nixon administration

Bill Anders, “Earthrise” (1968)/NASA

Charles Wilson Peale, “George Washington” (1776)/White House Collection

Gilbert Stuart, “George Washington” (c.1803/1805)/National Gallery of Art

Unknown artist after William Henry Bartlett, “The President’s House” (c.1836-37)/White House Collection

Fireplace image: White House Historical Association

Desk image: Bettmann/Getty Images

Johnson administration

George Healy, “Henry Clay” (c. 1845)/National Portrait Gallery

Elizabeth Shoumatoff, “Franklin D. Roosevelt” (1966)/White House Collection

Gilbert Stuart, “George Washington” (c.1803/1805)/National Gallery of Art

Thomas Sully, “Andrew Jackson” (c.1824)/National Gallery of Art

Fireplace image: LBJ Presidential Library

Desk image: LBJ Presidential Library

Kennedy administration

Thomas Birch, “USS Constitution vs. Guerriere”/Navy Department, via Canadian War Museum

Thomas Birch, “USS United States vs. HMS Macedonia” (c. 1813)/Philadelphia Maritime Museum

George Catlin, “Buffalo Bull, Grazing on the Prairie” (1832-1833)/Smithsonian American Art Museum

George Catlin, “Buffalo Hunt under Wolf-skin Masks” (1832-1833)/Smithsonian American Art Museum

Robert Salmon, “Boston Harbor” (1843)/Corcoran Gallery of Art

Dominic Serres, “Engagement Between the Serapis, Captain Pearson and the Countess of Scarborough, Captain Percy with Paul Jones and Two American Frigates off Flamborough Head (USS Bonhomme Richard)” (late 18th century)/Corcoran Gallery of Art

Fireplace image: White House Historical Association

Desk image: Robert Knudsen/John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston

Note: We’ve done our best to be comprehensive, interviewing art historians and presidential scholars, reviewing hundreds of images and checking our lists with the White House and its curator’s office. But artworks come and go, and it’s possible we’ve missed a piece or two.