Michelle Obama's fashion taste has been celebrated far and wide—but what about her taste in art? The White House has released a list of 45 works of art that Michelle chose (with a little help from a team of curators) to adorn the White House's walls, all of them on loan from American art museums. Michelle's famous love of bright colors will be present in three paintings from Bauhaus master Josef Albers' Homage to the Square series, which will hang in the private residence. The private residence will also feature 11 paintings by George Catlin—whose 19th-century career focused on portraits of Native Americans—as well as Sam Francis, Winslow Homer, Jasper Johns, and Edgar Degas (ballerinas for Sasha and Malia?). The West Wing's selection contains several historic artifacts—from Morse's Telegraph Register patent model to an Iroquois jar—as well as a portrait of Harry Truman, while the East Wing has laid claim to a single abstract work by African-American female painter Alma Thomas.