"Bathsheba" (1654) by Willem Drost. Oil on canvas. Musée du Louvre, Paris
"The king, while walking on the roof of his house, saw Bathsheba, who was the wife of Uriah the Hittite, taking a bath. He immediately desired her. David then committed adultery with her and she conceived."
"Around 1650, Willem Drost became a student of Rembrandt, eventually developing a close working relationship, painting history scenes, biblical compositions, symbolic studies of a solitary figure, as well as portraits. As a student, his 1654 painting titled Bathsheba was inspired by Rembrandt's painting done in the same year on the same subject and given the same title. This was a common practice at the time and even a few hundred years later, other artists such as Paul Cézanne did a painting titled Bathsheba. Both Drost’s and Rembrandt’s masterpieces were acquired by the Louvre in Paris."