Missouri artist’s painting ‘The Republican Club’ is a hit in the White House

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Apparently President Donald Trump is a fan of Andy Thomas.​​​​​​​

In the southwestern portion of Missouri near Carthage is where you’ll find a creative artist by the name of Andy Thomas.

Some of Thomas’ latest creations include an all-star lineup of presidential figures across the decades that have landed in the White House.

It’s the painting that has everyone talking — the Andy Thomas portrait entitled “The Republican Club.”

Apparently a version of it is hanging in Washington D.C. in the White House.

Thomas has criss-crossed the country as an artist showcasing his work at art shows nationwide.

But it was his first political painting in 2007 “Grand Ole Gang” and “True Blues” featuring a who’s who of American presidents.

While Thomas is creating a new work for the modern day, his painting “The Republican Club” was gifted from Representative Darrell Issa from California to President Donald Trump.

The 45th president liked it so much he hung the artwork in his working office and he called to tell Thomas how much he enjoyed his painting.

“So I try to make everybody good looking if I can and happy,” said Andy Thomas. “They really feel good painting so. You know it’s supposed to be like you want to be there listening to him talk you know kind of a painting.”​​​​​​​

Thomas also painted “The Democratic Club” which features former President Barack Obama.

If you’re interested in Andy Thomas prints you can go to his website at www.andythomas.com and find out more about his political prints.

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