Douglas Chandor caught the vivaciousness and changing moods in this multiple-image portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt, painted in his studio in New York City in 1949. Inscribed by her in the upper right corner: "A trial made pleasant by the painter. Eleanor Roosevelt"
Kennedy Onassis by Aaron Shikler in 1970; her New York apartment
provided its background.
Aaron Shikler also painted Nancy Reagan's portrait, which graces the east wall of the room.