One of Rembrandt's best known paintings is to go on display at the Ulster Museum.
Self Portrait At The Age Of 63, normally on show at the National Gallery in London, will be the main attraction in a new exhibition at the Ulster Museum.
Anne Stewart, curator of fine art with National Museums Northern Ireland, said: " One of his most famous self-portraits, this incredible work of art is considered one of his most important and poignant works.
"There is an intensity and pride about the painting, as well as deep pain and sadness. There is a strong sense that this was a self-portrait by someone who knew he was close to the end of his life."
Some of the Ulster Museum's own collection of old master, Dutch paintings from the 17th century will also be on display, including works by Salomon van Ruysdael, Jan Symonsz Pynas, Jan van der Heyden and Nicolaes Maes.
Belfast is the first stop on the National Gallery Masterpiece Tour which aims to bring some of the world's most famous paintings to a wider audience.