The Florentine drawing is always present and clearly visible in the construction of the figures. Still, the study of colour is influenced both by the innovations produced in the Nordic area and Caravaggio in Rome. The figure of St. John the Baptist, in particular, shows a certain leaning towards Merisi’s lesson. Although the painter removed from the dramatic rendering and pictorial quality demonstrated by the Master. The composition is well-calibrated and balanced, both chromatically and in the arrangement of the characters.