相反，在拉斐尔所画的圣母像中，绘画细节的复杂性令人难以置信。圣彼得穿了一件黄色的披风，上面有一条缓慢的、感性的曲线。其他圣人和女性人物的羽毛笔有节奏。整个画面的表面都有一种肉感的色调，画面的调色板有着几乎无法忍受的纯净和深度。因此，这些特征的列举将使这幅画成为绘画特征中的一项新发明，但拉斐尔在他的作品中把我们带回了绘画的整体。它已经能够指出，在拉斐尔(Damiani et al. 363-371)的画作中，光线被投射到不同的方面。这将有利于学生学习如何一个简单的颜色变化或专注于一个特定的方向，可以对绘画的建议产生巨大的影响。
On contrary, in the Madonna painted by Raphael, there is an incredible complexity in the details of the painting. Saint Peter has worn a yellow drapery that has a slow, sensuous curve in it. There is rhythm in the quills held by other saint and a female figure. There is a fleshy tone in the surface of the entire tableau and the painting has a palette of almost unbearable purity and depth. Thus, this enumeration of such features will make this painting a new invention among pictorial features but Raphael has led us back to the painting as a whole in his work. It has been able to point out that the light has been thrown on different aspects in the painting by Raphael (Damiani et al. 363-371). This would be advantageous for the students to learn how a simple change in colour or focus on a particular direction can have a tremendous effect on what the painting suggests.
Thus, the difference in the two artists and their perception can be identified and verified through the colours itself and also the direction portrayed in the paintings. Finally, it can be concluded that there are several differences in the paintings painted by different artists even if they are based on a common subject. It is found in the two paintings considered for this thesis that are based on Madonna and Child and painted by Duccio and Raphael that the colours used are of vivid nature. The human touch infused can create a variation leading to the formulation of an entirely different perspective leading to a better and a constructive viewpoint that points to different situations. The direction of light and the intensity of the expressions in both paintings highlight the different attitudes in the idea conceived. It further gives art students a significant idea to ponder about and a real artistic creation to study in detail.