There is one picture of Washington in which the eyes follow any one who looks at it. It is the portrait painted by an American artist, Gilbert Stuart. The eyes are very large and mild and noble. They seem to look at every boy and tell him to be brave and unselfish and to love his country. That is one reason why we think this the best of all portraits of the father of our country. The face, and especially the eyes, speak so plainly the character of the man. The secret of the eyes is that Washington and the artist were looking straight at each other when the eyes were painted. Eyes that follow the gazer are to be found in "Mona Lisa" and many of the world's greatest paintings. They are to be found in good photographs, too. If the sitter looks straight into the camera, his eyes in the photograph will gaze back, at any angle, into the eyes of any one who looks at it.