Depicted in this fresco painting is a scene of four women and a child crossing the Red Sea. The theme of this fresco is religious in nature as it recounts a historical event of Jewish people escaping Egypt. Emphasis and focus are achieved in the color, line, and texture of the woman in the red dress. The detail in the curved lines and the shadowing of the woman in the red dress, as well as the child next to her, make them appear to have three-dimensional form as they pop out in the foreground. When compared to the women in the background, there is far less detail in the line and shading, which makes them appear flat and more two-dimensional. Emphasis on the female subject is also accomplished by the contrast of her clothing, as she stands out in a saturated red dress among the rest of the painting, in which the other subjects wear more tertiary colors with less intensity and saturation.