In what seems a fitting photograph for the lonely end of his presidency, George W. Bush unveiled today his portrait at the National Portrait Gallery and posed in front of it trying to shake his own hand. Laura Bush also unveiled a separate portrait. Both portraits were painted by Robert Anderson, a classmate of Bush’s from Yale. “I suspected there would be a good-size crowd once the word got out about my hanging,” the president joked. At the event, no shoes were thrown.