I've recently found a description of a nice exhibition held in Museo del Prada, in Madrid, called <a>Richard Hamilton: Picasso's Meninas</a>. It was a double homage, to Picasso himself, and then in turn to his homage to Velazquez.
Frankly, I didn't know that the the volume of remakes and re-interpretations of the famous Las Meninas is so large; Picasso alone made more than 50 art-works in the 1950s, and ever since the volume only growing.
I surfed the web a bit, and was overwhelmed with the amount of art works, by professional, 'serious' artist and amateurs alike. These slide is a draft compilation of what I found so far; this is far from complete a volume (if such is at all possible by now).
I tried to attribute the works when possible; too often the internet does not pay the merit to the authors, so if you are one, let me know, so I can add your name to the next edition.
I enjoyed discovering such an immense variety, and creativity, and hope you will, too.
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.