The work, although original and with an unmistakable personality, with its large size (160 * 160 cm) brings us back to the themes of the French masters of the second half of the 19th century, such as Manet with his “Breakfast on the grass”, but it also takes inspiration from Picasso’s equally famous painting “Le Dames d’Avignon” from 1907. Here it seems to be on the island of Lesvos, dozens of female bodies crowd in a joyful naturalistic meeting. The nude is never vulgar, always painted with simple strokes, and never brought to exasperation. Nothing transcends the vulgar, indeed transpires in all its fullness, a decidedly happy, relaxed environment. In his long professional experience, the artist has had the opportunity to attend great masters both in Italy and abroad, which have allowed him to perfect his art. His works have an unmistakable personality and style. His style takes inspiration from the currents of the great French painters of the second half of the 19th century and from the Futurism of the early 20th century. Two great schools to which contemporary art often turns. In the case of Giovanni Crisostomo, there is a fusion and an original evolution of these two artistic movements, which allows him to create with an unmistakable and original style and at the same time to enter into very different themes. His paintings recall the artistic windows of churches, where elements of various colors and shapes meet to create complex figures, a kind of large puzzle.