The artist is deeply attracted by the work of Velasquez. Here we see his reinterpretation of the famous portrait that Velasquez made of the Infanta of Spain together with some courtiers.
Obviously, Crisostomo maintains his unmistakable style, made up of monochrome areas which, in their joint, give life to somewhat androgynous, but absolutely identifiable figures. The dark colors typical of Velasquez are transformed here into warm sensations, where shades of green and red are positioned on a brown background, but always in pastel tones.
His works have an unmistakable personality and style. In fact, Giovanni merged the artistic movements of the late 1800s and early 1900s.