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Lisa Leverett

I say "maybe" Partially because, as the Met eloquently says, "The
placement of the figure on the far right—shown as an observer rather
than a direct participant in the action—and the way he looks out at the
viewer led some scholars in the past to identify it as a self-portrait." However, two other men are also looking out (one may be the king's barber). I think a more interesting question is, did Velazquez think the court barber was a horse's patootie?


I'm sorry, but I believe it is obviously Valesquez. No doubt. A different side maybe, but obviously the man. Stand back and squint: That's the same nose!

Julitta Issar

The same nose on all paintings, no doubt , and very characteristic and unattractive one with the end tip turned up .

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