Giorgio Barbarelli da Castelfrances (1447-1510) was considered one of the most mysterious figures in European painting having died at the young age of 33. His style greatly influenced the Venetician School such as Titian and other 17 c. artists. He was the first artist to paint landscapes with figures, the first to paint genre and the first to use glowing and intense colors. This image is in good condition with two tears in the top margin and foxing in the margins all around. Published by the Dresden Gallery.