Even if you know nothing about art movements, influential artists, or art in general, you’ve still heard of Pablo Picasso. You might only know his name (though I’d guess you also have a vague idea of the style that made him famous), but he was so pioneering and so prolific over his long life that it’s impossible for his presence to completely escape anyone’s notice.

It’s estimated that he produced over 50,000 works of art in his lifetime – 1,185 paintings, 1,228 sculptures, 2,880 ceramics, 12,000 (or so) drawings, thousands of prints, tapestries, and rugs.

What I didn’t know (and maybe you didn’t, either) was that he painted several self-portraits depicting himself at different times in his life. Super interesting, considering that we all see ourselves differently at different ages, and Picasso had the additional lens of his changing style and proficiency through which to express those alterations to his person.

Below are 14 of them, starting at 15 years of age and ending around 90.

15 Years Old (1896)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

18 Years Old (1900)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

20 Years Old (1901)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

24 Years Old (1906)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

25 Years Old (1907)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

35 Years Old (1917)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

56 Years Old (1938)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

83 Years Old (1965)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

85 Years Old (1966)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

89 Years Old (1971)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

90 Years Old (June 28, 1972)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

90 Years Old (June 30, 1972)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

90 Years Old (July 2, 1972)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

90 Years Old (July 3, 1972)

Photo Credit: Pablo Picasso

He sure changed quickly in his 90s. I’m sure there’s some kind of psychological interpretation for why that is…but what do you think?

h/t: Twisted Sifter

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