A bit of anti-Catholic satire by Cornelis Corneliszoon van Haarlem, 1591. The expression of the nun is a bit similar to the second Penitent Magdalene by Titian. It is ironic that pictures of saints with such an expression would become more common a few decades later, Teresa of Ávila especially, who was canonized 1622. It is as if reality were imitating satire here. The monk however looks strangely indifferent, more like a doctor conducting a breast exam than a libertine.