Joseph Stalin is heroically depicted on the day he delivered a famous speech in Red Square. Along with delivering the speech, Stalin watched the Soviet Army march through the Square straight to the front lines.
Nelson Rockefeller (left) is depicted in front of Picasso's famous Demoiselles D'Avignon when it was at MoMA. Rockfeller constituted perhaps the greatest single effort to initiate art diplomacy on behalf of the United States.
Rene d'Harnoncourt, then Director of MoMA, is pictured at the International Program's first major exhibition abroad. A Jackson Pollock painting is displayed left and behind d'Harnoncourt while an Alexander Calder mobile hangs over him.