Rembrandt's depiction of “The Prodigal Son” is considered as one of his finest works by art historians.
The Return of The Prodigal Son as painted by Spanish Baroque painter Murillo. Unlike Rembrandt, most artists depicting the return of the prodigal son usually depict scenes of festivity.
A self-portrait showing Rembrandt as the Prodigal Son in a brothel. According to Dutch priest Henri Nouwen, Rembrandt had experienced both the younger and older son's perspectives during his own lifetime.