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President's portrait unveiled

David Orr views a new portrait of himself, unveiled following his inaugural speech as ICE President, last week. Orr's portrait was painted by artist Carol Graham, who is the former President of the Royal Society of Ulster Artists.
Graham's's highly realistic style has attracted other luminaries, including former Irish President Mary Robinson and its current President Mary MacAleese. The portrait hangs in the foyer of ICE Headquarters at One Great George Street, near the main entrance.

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