In the Suitor’s Visit is depicted a family of three, father, mother and daughter and the suitor, coming through the door, bowing to the mother. The textures used in this painting help to the create contrast and space in it. The suitor and the mother’s clothes are painted with great detail that the fabric’s texture is really present and noticeable. The daughter being in a little more to the back is not so detailed and the father being the furthest is the one with the least detail on his clothes, and overall texture. The main focus of the painting is on the mother, who is receiving the suitor, and the daughter since she is the reason of the visit. This painting is related and is important to this gallery because, the role of the lute, on the 17th century, is very well represented.