The portrait of George Bush that will be on display at the Christie’s Fine Art America auction will be painted by the artist, George Bush.

The Bush family’s longtime friend and former White House photographer, David Garrow, is among the artists who will participate in Bush’s new exhibition.

Garrow said he wanted to draw attention to Bush’s artistry, which he said is influenced by his grandfather, the late President George H.W. Bush, who was the painter who had the “most successful” administration in American history.

Grief and a portrait of his father, former President George W. Bush who was killed in the 1993 attack on the World Trade Center, will be part of the exhibit.

Bush said he was inspired to paint the portrait after seeing it in an American painting gallery, and after his father died, Bush’s mother, Barbara Bush, became interested in Bush.

Bush is the first president in U.S. history to have a portrait painted by his father in his White House residence, and he is among a number of American presidents to have portraits painted by their parents.

Bush’s father, George H W.

Bush, died on Dec. 31, 2001, at age 85.

Bush and his mother, Jacqueline, and their son, George Jr., are the only sons in the Bush family.

Barbara Bush is the only daughter of George W Bush, the current president of the United States.