LOS ANGELES (CBS/AP) — President Francis J. Underwood is sitting pretty at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington.

A painting of the fictional U.S. chief executive, as portrayed by Kevin Spacey in Netflix’s political drama “House of Cards,” was to be unveiled Monday night.

READ MORE: Lawsuit Alleges Low-Income Homeowners Were Manipulated Into Getting PACE Green-Energy Loans

The portrait is a joint project between British artist Jonathan Yeo and the Smithsonian museum, Netflix said. It will be on public display from Wednesday through October.

READ MORE: COVID: Bay Area Expert Says Michigan's Surge From UK Variant Not Likely In California

A Yeo portrait depicting Spacey as Shakespeare’s Richard III was part of a retrospective of the artist’s work at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

In a move that the savvy Underwood would appreciate, the Washington unveiling was timed to the series’ fourth-season debut on March 4.

MORE NEWS: UPDATE: 2 Dead, 7 Injured, 1 Arrest In Suspected DUI Crash In Pittsburg

© Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.