Speaking of portraits, here’s one that hangs in the Sacramento state house, amidst all the traditional portraits of governors like that of Leland Stanford and Ronald Reagan.
Those “traditional” portraits are in muted tones of brown and burgundy, with the governors either standing beside a desk or sitting in a deep leather chair.
This one sticks out though:
I think it’s safe to make the assumption that libs and portraits are . . . well, flat out tasteless.