Portraits of Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jeff Bezos headed for National Portrait Gallery
© National Portrait Gallery | Mark Seliger

Portraits of “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and Amazon CEO Jeff BezosJeffrey (Jeff) Preston BezosThe Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by AdvaMed - House panel expected to approve impeachment articles Thursday Hillicon Valley: Pentagon pushes back on Amazon lawsuit | Lawmakers dismiss Chinese threat to US tech companies | YouTube unveils new anti-harassment policy | Agencies get annual IT grades Pentagon dismisses Amazon questions over Esper's recusal in 'war cloud' case MORE will soon hang in the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery.

The annual “Recent Acquisitions” exhibit showcases 25 portraits, including individuals who have made an impact in art, business, fashion, media, medicine, music and social justice, according to a Thursday announcement from gallery.


Miranda and Bezos are among those being honored at this years's annual gala.

Miranda is seen in his costume from the Broadway hit musical in a portrait shot by Mark Seliger in 2016 as part of a Rolling Stones cover shoot.

Bezos, the richest man in the world and owner of The Washington Post, was painted by Robert McCurdy on a stark white backdrop.

Other 2019 honorees include the rock band Earth, Wind & Fire, Vogue editor Anna Wintour, Indian American businesswoman and former PepsiCo. CEO Indra Nooyi and biochemical engineer Frances Arnold, who became the first American woman to win the Nobel Prize in chemistry last year.

Former first lady Michelle Obama will present Miranda’s award personally at the Nov. 17 event, which will be emceed by “CBS This Morning’s” Gayle KingGayle KingButtigieg riffs on Lizzo hit: 'I am 100 percent that nominee' Bloomberg reporting policy not pretty or perfect, but right Bloomberg apologizes after critics say his calling Booker 'well spoken' was racist MORE.

The new acquisitions will be on display from Nov. 15 to Aug. 30, 2020.