From 17 August to 30 December 1957, Picasso did a series of 58 very different large-scale oils related to Diego Velázquez’s "Las Meninas". Pablo Picasso Les Menines: Infante Margarita, buste d'apres Velasquez 20 August 1957
Joel-Peter Witkin Las Meninas (Self portrait) 1987 Toned gelatin-silver print 84 x 84 cm Based on Velazquez’s famous painting of the same title. Here is a good read about Velazquez’s Las Menias by Mark Harden. After that there’s this interesting article comparing the two pieces by Evi Papadopoulou on Interartive.
Francisco de Goya y LucientesLas Meninas, after Velázquez, ca. 1778 Etching, drypoint, burin, roulette, and aquatint; working proof of the third state 16 x 12 3/4 in. (40.5 x 32.5 cm) Promised Gift of Derald H. and Janet Ruttenberg
Eve Sussman recreated Velázquez's Las Meninas in a twelve-minute video in 2004 called 89 Seconds at Alcazar. Here is a still from Sussman's video, which was part of the 2004 Whitney Biennial and was also part of the inaugural exhibition of the MoMA's new dedicated video gallery when the museum reopened in 2004.