Titus by Rembrandt.

Titus by Rembrandt.

Rembrandt's portrait of a boy (c.1685), thought to be his son Titus, is held at the Norton Simon Foundation in Pasadena, California.

The face is rendered in sensitive, intimate detail which has led people to think that the portrait is of Titus but not all authorities agree and the painting is also known as "Portrait of a Boy in Fancy Dress." The delicate, wistful look in the face has been reproduced well, considering the limitations of the etching's monochrome nature.


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