B. Yeats sketch by John Singer Sargent
Portrait of Olga, 1923 by Pablo Picasso
Wassily Kandinsky “Self-Portrait” Rosa Costa
Self-portrait with Palette, Armand Guillaumin (1878)
Jean-François Raffaëlli (1893), Self-portrait
Portrait of a white-haired man, 1667
By Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn.
Oil on canvas 108’9×92 cm. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
Self Portrait. Luis Felipe Noe. 1978.
Luis Felipe Noé (born May 26, 1933) is an Argentine artist, writer, intellectual and teacher. He is known in his home country as Yuyo. In 1961 he formed Otra Figuración (another figuration) with three other Argentine artists. Their eponymous exhibition and subsequent work greatly influenced the Neofiguration (Neo-figuration, New figuration) movement. After the group disbanded, Noé relocated to New York City where he painted and showed assemblages that stretched the boundaries of the canvas.
Sir Anthony van Dyck, Self-Portrait
From “The Iconography” ca.1630
Etching 9 1/2 x 6 1/8in. (24.1 x 15.6cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art,New York
Sir Anthony van Dyck (22 March 1599 – 9 December 1641) was a Flemish Baroque artist, who became the leading court painter in England after success in the Southern Netherlands and Italy.
Portrait of Ilarie Voronca
Courtesy: Victor Brauner