Pictures at the capital report

The picture represents the seat if government for the United States that is the legislative arm of United States Federal government. It is actually located in the Washington, D. C right at the top of Capital Hill the eastern side of National mall. The building comes out as a spectacular dome that is right above a rotunda and has two wings. It is a clear representation of the neoclassical style of art work.
The artwork generally symbolizes liberty, justice, freedom, history, peace, Hope and Unity of the Americans for example the statue of justice in the old Supreme Court originates from Themis a Greek word that means Goddess for justice. The monument capitol portrait monument to Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony is a gift that was given by the National Women collection and which was designed by Adelaide Johnson. This is the one that represents my state. This creative artwork features prominent women. This is a clear message that the state values and respects women like their male counterparts. In a democratic state, women are not supposed to be segregated from the rest of the society as the weaker gender.
The process of naming figures for statuary hall should be a competitive one where an advert is placed on the national newspaper describing the art required and all artists are given an opportunity to apply. After receiving the applications of the various arts drawn they the vetting board must cross examine to identify the best drawings which have the national figure. When few applicants are now remaining say ten of them, they are supposed to be interviewed to understand their motives. The criteria must be an art work that has a national image and able to deliver specific message not only about a state but for the whole nation at large.


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