This is a wily, vague painting, portraying youth as extreme and absurd, blameless and obscene. Bronzino gives his socially hoisted model the chance to present himself to the world as calm, academic, keen, however the pink drapery to uncover a statue proposes that the young person’s proper posture is not the complete information. In any case, the posture of young man is majestic. The face is posed towards the painter and does not carry much of emotions. The young man is standing with an open book, the pages are clear and suggest that he dallies in verse, and maybe the book resembles the story of his life. This aspect of humanism is the most appreciated part of the painting. His dress has an exquisite seriousness, yet his hair is generally trimmed. His face is blank, yet he reddens marginally. The lips and cheeks are red suggesting that the person may be of shy nature. This is a young person rising into the grown-up world. In the background, the pink curtain behind him is suggestive; reddening his lips and cheeks. The material is pulled aside to uncover a shrouded theatre of wishes; in the breaks we see an article from his craft gathering, offering evidence of his scholarly interest additionally an indication of debauchery.