So, which famous work of art do you most resemble? Thanks to the Google Arts & Culture app, the answer is only a few taps away. The app’s face-matching feature, which uses machine learning to compare user-submitted selfies to portraits from more than 1,200 museums all over the world, went viral over the weekend.

On Tuesday, Russian Machine Never Breaks used the app to match Capitals players to masterpieces, with hilarious results. (One of Alex Ovechkin’s matches: Christ, by Ladislav Mednyánszky, which belongs to the Slovak National Gallery.) RMNB’s clever idea made us wonder what portraits some of D.C.’s other professional athletes most resemble. Enjoy.

Kirk Cousins

Josh Norman

Ryan Kerrigan

Trent Williams

John Wall

Bradley Beal

Otto Porter Jr.

Marcin Gortat

Alex Ovechkin

Nicklas Backstrom

Braden Holtby

T.J. Oshie

Bryce Harper

Anthony Rendon

Max Scherzer

Ryan Zimmerman

Elena Delle Donne

Steve Birnbaum

Patrick Ewing

A few others . . .

Larry Michael

Joe Beninati

Tony Kornheiser

Michael Wilbon

Dan Steinberg

Me (Bog Gothic)

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