HP97. McGonagall considered many great artists to commission for Snape’s portrait in the Headmaster’s Office. Harry suggested that she should ask Luna. He kept thinking about the portraits in her bedroom and thought she would do the man justice. When the painting was unveiled, everyone agreed she did. The only eccentricity was that the flag behind him was a dazzlingly vivid emerald— shades deeper than the customary color of Slytherin. Still, considering it was Luna, everyone decided it could have turned out weirder and sung their praises to the artist. Harry, however, fixated past the scowling Potions Master’s shoulder in awed silence. When he turned to Luna and saw that her penetrating gaze was already fixed on his— his mother’s— eyes, he knew they had done right by picking her for the job.