Help me understand the second use of “se” here. In the first it seems to me its a reflexive “se”, in that the the painting itself seems similiar to another one, but what is the purpose of “se me…” in the next photo?

Help me understand the second use of “se” here. In the first it seems to me its a reflexive “se”, in that the the painting itself seems similiar to another one, but what is the purpose of “se me…” in the next photo? submitted by /u/stonkonlygoup95
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