AOC employees are responsible for the care and preservation of more than 300 works of art, architectural elements and landscape features. Browse our incredible collection below or learn more about our artists and featured collections.

Papinian, Relief Portrait

Papinian (c. 146-212) Roman jurist. Author of fifty-six books about legal questions and decisions, extracts from which were influential in the development of the Justinian Code.

Patrick Anthony McCarran

This statue of Patrick Anthony McCarran was given to the National Statuary Hall Collection by Nevada in 1960. He served in the U.S. Senate from 1932 until his death in 1954.

Peace at the End of the Civil War

A Confederate soldier and a Union soldier shake hands, marking the reunion of the country after the devastation of the Civil War. A cotton plant and a northern pine tree symbolize the South and the North, respectively. This is the first of Allyn Cox's three scenes. (1865)

Peace Monument

The 44-foot-high monument stands in the circle to the west of the U.S. Capitol at Pennsylvania Avenue and First Street, N.W.

Philip Kearny Statue

This statue of Philip Kearny was given to the National Statuary Hall Collection by New Jersey in 1888.

Philo T. Farnsworth Statue

This statue of Philo T. Farnsworth was given to the National Statuary Hall Collection by Utah in 1990. Farnsworth is known as the "Father of Television."

Pizarro Going to Peru

The Spanish conqueror of Peru, Francisco Pizarro, leading his horse, pushes through the jungle searching for El Dorado, the mythical land of gold. Pizarro eventually captured the Inca capital, Cuzco. (1533)

Po'pay Statue

This statue of Po'pay was given to the National Statuary Hall Collection by New Mexico in 2005.

POW/MIA Chair of Honor

In November 2017 a Chair of Honor was unveiled in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center's Emancipation Hall to commemorate American service men and women who are prisoners of war or missing in action (POW/MIA). This chair is one of the original ordered in 1857 for the new House Chamber.

Raoul Wallenberg Bust

Raoul Wallenberg was a Swedish humanitarian who worked at his country's legation in Budapest during World War II and used his diplomatic status to save the lives of tens of thousands of Jews threat