Who painted the Las Meninas?

Caravaggio
Johannes Vermeer
Diego Velázquez
El Greco
Las Meninas, created in 1656, is the most well known work of Velázquez, con­sid­ered his magnum opus. It depicts one of the in­fan­tas, Margaret Theresa, and the title trans­lates to "The maids of Honour". Yet, it is unclear as to who or what is the true subject - perhaps the painter himself?

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Caravaggio
Johannes Vermeer
Diego Velázquez
El Greco
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flagSpain
0%
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95%
4%
23
flagthe Netherlands
8%
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82%
5%
35
flagPoland
12%
11%
68%
7%
6974
flagFrance
13%
13%
68%
3%
29
flagthe United States
10%
14%
67%
7%
121
flagBelgium
13%
13%
66%
6%
15
flagAustria
8%
25%
66%
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12
flagRepublic of Ireland
16%
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flagthe United Kingdom
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65%
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180
flagUnknown
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11%
65%
11%
26
flagGermany
12%
12%
58%
16%
111
flagItaly
31%
6%
56%
6%
16
flagCzech Republic
9%
18%
54%
18%
11
flagNorway
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10
flagIndia
13%
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46%
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15
flagUkraine
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men56%
women63%
Caravaggio
14%
15%
Johannes Vermeer
15%
12%
Diego Velázquez
56%
63%
El Greco
12%
7%

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