Chicago Library unveils presidential portrait

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The Chicago Public Library has unveiled a portrait of President Barack Obama.

The dedication ceremony was held at the West Pullman branch library Tuesday afternoon.

The portrait was painted by Chicago artist Steve Musgrave.

It shows President Obama surrounded in the background by his family, First Lady Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia, also portrayed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and many other historical figures.

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