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Rembrandt’s son Titus
Rembrandt’s son Titus
Rembrandt’s son Titus
Rembrandt, Harmensz van Rijn
1606 – 1669.

“Rembrandt’s son Titus”.

Oil on canvas.
Paris, Musée du Louvre.
Rembrandt Self-Portrait as the Apostle Paul
River Landscape with Windmill
The Risen Christ
Ahasuerus and Haman at the Feast of Esther
Family portrait
Girl at a window
Portrait of a Magistrate
Head of a Rabbi
Old woman with head scarf
The small self-portrait
Crucifixion
Portrait of Hendrickje Stoffels
Faust
Jacob’s Battle with the Angel
Self-Portrait
The old Tobias and his wife Hanna
Isaac and Rebecca.
Young Woman Trying on Earrings
Self-portrait with red cap
Portrait of an old man
The conspiracy of Claudius Civilis
Juda und Thamar
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Rembrandt's later years
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (15 July 1606 – 4 October 1669), always a prolific artist, became more so in his later years. Here we celebrate this period in his life which spanned from the 1650s to his death in 1669.

Always a prolific artist, Rembrandt became even more so during his later years. His work became more profound and his brush strokes more expressive as he entered old age. Interpretations of biblical and historical stories focused in on individuals rather than the more traditional depictions of dramatic group scenes, and his self-portraits became more deeply reflective. Inspired by the upcoming National Gallery exhibition, we celebrate this period in his life which spanned from the 1650s to his death in 1659.