Recently, Google's Arts & Culture app has generated buzz by allowing users to take photos and be paired among thousands of artworks to see if any look like you. The app uses computer vision technology to compare photos with faces in thousands of historical artworks, according to Google. Some are spot on, others are comical.
We matched some of Utah's most famous and well-known figures to see which artworks were among their likeness. What do you think? Could they be doppelgangers?
Arts and Culture - Jason Chaffetz
Former Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz resembles a self-portrait by modern Chinese artist Huang Yanghui, according to Google's Arts and Culture app.
Arts and Culture - Brigham Young
Brigham Young, the second president of the LDS Church and namesake of the large private university in Provo, resembles a portrait by Flemish Baroque artist Anthony van Dyck.
Arts and Culture - Kalani Sitake
BYU football coach Kalani Sitake resembles the work "Bust of a Bearded Man" by Christoffel Jegher after Peter Paul Rubens.
Arts and Culture - John Curtis
Utah Rep. John Curtis resembles the famous man in "American Gothic" by Grant Wood.
Arts and Culture - Jimmer Fredette
While we're not sure we agree, Google's Arts & Culture app believes former BYU basketball star Jimmer Fredette resembles "Portrait of a Man - Front", a panel by Andrea Previtali from 1502.
Arts and Culture - Orrin Hatch
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch resembles "Dan Cunningham" by Mason Chamberlin, created in 1766.
Arts and Culture - LaVell Edwards
Former BYU football coach and legend LaVell Edwards resembles "Portrait of a Man with a Blue Chaperon" by Netherlandish painter Jan van Eyck painted around 1430.
Arts and Culture - Matthew Holland
Utah Valley University President Matthew Holland resembles "Charles Kemble" in a portrait by Henry Perronet Briggs who was an English painter in the early 1800s.
Arts and Culture - Michelle Kaufusi
Provo Mayor Michelle Kaufusi resembles "DAYANG MAKILING" by Abe Orobia created in 2015 in the Philippines.
Arts and Culture - Dieter F. Uchtdorf
LDS Church leader Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf resembles the painting "Franklin D. Roosevelt" by Douglas Granville Chandor commissioned in 1945.