Barack & Michelle Obama Receive High Praise At Their Portrait Unveil Ceremony
Barack and Michelle Obama recently returned to the White House.
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The first African-American presidential couple unveiled their official portraits at the White House.
These hyper-realistic paintings were created by Robert McCurdy and Sharon Sprung.
Barack praised both actresses for their unique portrayal of the couple.
The opening ceremony took place five years after the couple left the White House.
The photos will live permanently on the walls of the White House.
Barack and his wife attended the ceremony with Michelle's mother.
The former first lady shared photos from the event on her Twitter.
Fans and political figures responded positively to Michelle's post.