Titus as a Monk

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Titus as a Monk
Rembrandt van Rijn - Rembrandts zoon Titus in monniksdracht (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam).jpg
Artist Rembrandt
Year1660 (1660)
Medium Oil on canvas
Dimensions79.5 cm× 67.5 cm(31.3 in× 26.6 in)
Location Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Titus as a Monk (Dutch : Titus als monnik) or Rembrandt's Son Titus in a Monk's Habit is a 1660 oil-on-canvas painting by the Dutch artist Rembrandt, showing his son Titus in the habit of a Franciscan monk. It is now in the collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. [1]

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  1. "Rembrandts zoon Titus in monniksdracht, Rembrandt van Rijn, 1660". Rijksmuseum (in Dutch). Retrieved 2021-06-27.