Translation of self-portrait in Spanish:

self-portrait

autorretrato, n.

Pronunciation /ˈˌsɛlf ˈpɔrtreɪt//ˌsɛlfˈpɔːtreɪt/

noun

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    autorretrato masculine
    • The painting was, after all, undertaken as a gift to send to Arles in exchange for a self-portrait by van Gogh.
    • As one of about eighty self-portraits Rembrandt produced over his lifetime, this painting may have been adapted by a student after failing to sell.
    • I consequently started painting my logo, a stylized self-portrait based on the shape of my own skull.
    • In a self-portrait we see the artist's chief creation, him or herself.
    • Over the years, charted by his self-portraits, Rembrandt evokes varying aspects of character and the process of ageing itself.
    • Throughout history, artists have created portraits and self-portraits.
    • McGurran is best known for her paintings of women, including a number of surrealist self-portraits.
    • Five watercolours, including self-portraits and a portrait of his wife, Helen, will also be added to the exhibition.
    • Meanwhile, amazing though it may seem, there is room for more study of Rembrandt's self-portraits.
    • Does the same signifying phenomenon convey more when an artist visualizes a self-portrait?
    • This figure is usually interpreted as a self-portrait of van Eyck in the act of creating the very image before our eyes.
    • The sketches included a self-portrait drawn by the artist in 1937.
    • Smaller white spots mar a self-portrait by van Gogh and are comically misaligned with his facial features.
    • There are also a couple of portraits and self-portraits, as well as busts sculpted of bronze.
    • Does all this prove that Rembrandt made self-portraits in order to understand himself better?
    • It also serves as a symbolic self-portrait of the artist within these systems.
    • So notable was this presentation of self that a number of artists painted self-portraits in which they attempted to make themselves look like Rubens.
    • It is a self-portrait, with the artist depicted with closed eyes, and he initially appears asleep.
    • Kim's oil paintings are detailed self-portraits, which, she said, tend to show a lot of skin.
    • However, it is in the portraits and, above all, the self-portraits that the real explanation for his enduring popularity is to be found.