Statues

  • Frederick Douglass
    Bronze by Steve Weitzman, 2007. Placed in 2013. Located in CVC Emancipation Hall.
  • Rosa Parks
    Bronze by Eugene Daub, 2013. Located in National Statuary Hall.

Busts

Portraits

  • Blanche Kelso Bruce, Senator from Mississippi
    Senate Collection, oil on canvas by Simmie Knox, 2002. Located in Senate Wing, third floor.
  • Shirley Chisholm, Representative from New York
    Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives, oil on canvas by Kadir Nelson, 2008. Located in House Connecting Corridor, first floor.
  • William L. Dawson, Chair of Government Operations, 1969–1974
    Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives, oil on canvas by Robert Bruce Williams, 1968. Located in 2154 Rayburn House Office Building.
  • Ron Dellums, Chair of Armed Services Committee 1993–1994
    Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives, oil on canvas by André White, 1997. Located in 2120 Rayburn House Office Building.
  • William H. Gray III, Chair of Budget Committee 1985-1988
    Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives, oil on canvas by Simmie Knox, 1996. Located in 309 Cannon House Office Building.
  • Augustus Hawkins, Chair of Education & Labor committee 1984–1991
    Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives, oil on canvas by Joseph Maniscalco, 1990. Located in 2181 Rayburn House Office Building.
  • Parren Mitchell, Chair of the House Small Business Committee 1981–1986
    Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives, photograph on canvas by Joseph D. Clipper Jr., no date. Located in 2361 Rayburn House Office Building

Paintings

Murals

  • Crispus Attucks in The Boston Massacre, 1770
    Lunette in fresco by Constantino Brumidi, 1871. Located in Senate Appropriations Committee Room, S-128, north wall.
  • Henry Garnet and several unidentified men in Civil Rights Bill Passes, 1866
    Oil on canvas by Allyn Cox, 1974. Located in House wing, first floor, east corridor (Hall of Capitols).
  • Ronald E. McNair in The Challenger Crew
    Oil on canvas by Charles Schmidt, 1987. Located in Brumidi Corridor, Senate wing, first floor.
  • Joseph H. Rainey in "The First Black Congressman" vignette next to Women's Suffrage Parade, 1917
    Oil on canvas by Allyn Cox, 1982. Located in House wing, first floor, main east–west corridor (Great Experiment Hall).
  • Three workmen in “The Cotton Gin” Vignette next to Iron Foundry, circa 1850
    Oil on canvas by Allyn Cox, 1982. Located in House wing, first floor, main east–west corridor (Great Experiment Hall).
  • Unidentified man in Capitol Site Selection, 1791
    Oil on canvas by Allyn Cox, 1974. Located in House wing, first floor, east corridor (Hall of Capitols).
  • Unidentified man in Cornwallis Sues for Cessation of Hostilities Under the Flag of Truce
    Fresco by Constantino Brumidi, 1857. Located in Members' Private Dining Room, H-117 (moved from House Chamber).
  • Unidentified man and woman in "Sharecroppers" vignette in groin vault
    Oil on canvas by EverGreene Painting Studios, 1993. Located in House wing, first floor, west corridor (Westward Expansion Hall).
  • Unidentified man voting in "Emancipation Proclamation" vignette next to Lincoln's Second Inaugural, 1865
    Oil on canvas by Allyn Cox, 1982. Located in House wing, first floor, main east–west corridor (Great Experiment Hall).
  • Unidentified young man holding mule in Westward the Course of Empire Takes It Way
    Stereochromy by Emanuel Leutze, 1862. Located in House wing, west stairway.

Plaques

  • Slave Labor Commemorative Marker
    Bronze plaque on Aquia Creek Sandstone made to commemorate the role that slave labor played in the construction of the Capitol Building. Installed 2012. Located in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Emancipation Hall.
  • Officer Jacob Chestnut
    Bronze plaque memorial to Officer Jacob Chestnut and Detective John Gibson who gave their lives defending the United States Capitol on July 24, 1998. Installed 1998. Located at the U.S. Capitol Memorial Door.