After almost 400 years, Rembrandt’s masterpiece returns to the place where it was painted, in the Rembrandt House Museum.
The young Titus van Rijn stares dreamily over the edge of his lectern. Father Rembrandt caught his eye in 1655, when he lived with his family in a stately building on the Jodenbreestraat in Amsterdam. Nearly 400 years later, Titus has been brought back home. It is the first time ever that this famous masterpiece by Rembrandt can be seen in the place where it was made, in Museum Rembrandthuis.
With this homecoming, the Rembrandt House Museum celebrates its festive reopening, after the museum closed its doors for months for renovation.
Titus is back home can be seen from 18 March to 4 June 2023, Museum Rembrandthuis, Jodenbreestraat 4