“José Andrés and the Olla de Barro that Feeds the World” by Kadir Nelson at the National Portrait Gallery

Thanks to Nora for sending: “I saw this on Thanksgiving Day, a new painting hung, for our DC chef and humanitarian!”

From the National Portrait Gallery:

“Portrait of a Nation: 2022 Honorees” will premiere a new oil-on-linen painting by Kadir Nelson (b. 1974) titled “José Andrés and the Olla de Barro that Feeds the World,” which portrays the renowned culinary entrepreneur and humanitarian.”

More info on all the honorees from the Portrait Gallery here.

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