John. Another is Joseph of Arimathea wearing a turban and exotic clothing. Joseph of Arimathea clothing is the only clothing of that style in the painting.
There are many first responses to David's painting discussed in the first paragraph. How David promotes these responses is shown throw the space, placement of the viewer, light, color, line and shape, and the composition. For example, David provides much depth in his painting. He illustrates an illusionistic 3-D boundless space. He does this by having objects (like the cross) leave the picture plane. He has characters touching, with some in front of others and some behind others. He places the city of Jerusalem behind the main scene. He gives the painting mass and volume. David uses correct proportion of characters and objects. Another example of how David promotes these responses is by the placement of the viewer. He places the viewer level with the lamentation. This allows the viewer to feel as if heshe could walk right into the painting and become a part of it. He gives the painting a relatively low horizon line making the painting more life like to the viewer. Another way in which David promotes the responses he wants is by using light. David has