This piece of art by Bosch obviously depicts a religious scene, for Jesus is very distinguishable. In northern Europe, some of the strictly Italian Renaissance ideas didn't quite spread north. Religious played a much bigger role in art. Here, Bosch paints people looking upon Jesus, but also shows the "souls" of people on the side. Unlike Italian painters, Bosch used the same facial expressions on the people. There isn't much variation in how the faces done so they can't really be distinguished as different people. The people did not have as much of a "real" feel for shading wasn't always done very well. However, Bosch pays great detail in the background scenery. In the city behind the main focus, people are painted in the streets showing that even though it wasn't a main part of the painting, the detail was still significant. Overall, Bosch aimed to create a capturing image through a bright color scheme and through his attention to everything in the painting.