5 more photos of Philadelphia politicians reimagined as works of art

Because one Seth Williams oil painting is not enough.

Lynne with pets

Lynne with pets

Northeast Times

You’ve seen it by now. The oil painting of Philadelphia District Attorney R. Seth Williams sitting in an armchair like a baller, cigar resting in his hand.

In case you forget what it looks like:

Portrait of Seth Williams

Portrait of Seth Williams

clhportraits.com

The painting is one of the only items with an “unknown” value detailed in Williams’ belated filing of more than $160,000 worth of gifts. The list also included a $45,000 roof repair.

But back to the painting. Which we think there should be more of. So we made some. Here are five more photos of Philadelphia politicians reimagined as works of art. You’re welcome.

Kathleen Kane says hi

Kathleen Kane says hi

Calkins Media / Pool Photo

Now-former Pa. Attorney General Kathleen Kane was all smiles during her perjury trial last week.

Johnny Doc Resort Ware

Johnny Doc Resort Ware

Steve Keeley / Twitter

The only thing more talked-about on the internet than the raid of IBEW Local 98 President John Dougherty’s home was the outfit he was wearing when he arrived to find the FBI on his steps.

Seth With Nittany Lion.

Seth With Bear

Seth Williams / Twitter

A #TBT of DA Seth Williams with the Penn State Nittany Lion mascot.

Mayoral Sun Salutation

Mayoral Sun Salutation

Lauren Hitt / Twitter

That would be now-Mayor Jim Kenney doing yoga with chief of staff Jane Slusser.

Lynne with pets

Lynne with pets

Northeast Times

And who can forget former mayoral candidate Lynne Abraham hanging out with some dogs as part of her work with the PSPCA?

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