Can you identify these artists by their self-portraits?

Rembrandt
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Some artists find their greatest inspiration in themselves.

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Frida Khalo
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This Mexican painter was known for her self-portraits:

Kahlo was originally intent on a career in medicine, but a bus crash forced her to focus on painting. Though she only had one solo exhibit during her short life – she died at 47 – she became one of her country's most famous and celebrated artists.

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Jean Michel Basquiat
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This Brooklyn artist's short but productive career happened at the height of the '80s downtown scene:

A creative force, Basquiat first made a name for himself as a street artist before earning a wider audience with his unorthodox neo-expressionist paintings. He died in 1988 at the age of 27.

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Henri Matisse
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This Frenchman had a profound influence on 20th-century painting and sculpture:

Considered one of the great turn-of-the-century artists, Matisse was a leading figure in the world of modern art. Born in France, Matisse was especially admired for his use of color.

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Avigdor Arikha
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This Israeli artist made a name for himself in Paris during the mid 20th century:

One of the 20th century's most acclaimed artists, Arikha graduated from Jerusalem's prestigious Bezalel Academy in 1949 before spending the majority of his adult life in Paris, a leading creative hub of the time.

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Rembrandt
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This Dutch master loved to paint himself:

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, commonly known as Rembrandt, created nearly 100 self-portraits of himself during his lifetime, from paintings to etchings and drawings. Active during the 17th century, he is to this day considered one of Europe's great artists.

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Lucian Freud
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Some consider this painter the most important British artist of the 20th century:

Freud, great-grandson of Sigmund, became known for his psychologically motivated portraits that often bordered on the grotesque. In 2008 a portrait of his sold for $33.6 million, at the time an auction record for a living artist.

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Pablo Picasso
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This artist was one of the 20th century's most prolific:

A Spaniard by birth, Picasso spent much of his adult life in France. The father of various artistic movements, from cubism to collage, he was one of the 20th century's most influential and successful artists.

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Goya
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This painter was one of the last romanticists:

Active during the 18th and 19th centuries, Goya is considered one of the last of the Old Masters and an early modernist. Unlike many artists of the time, he was immensely successful both critically and financially.

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