Duccio has been responsible for initiating the tradition of taking Madonna and Child as an important subject of consideration and it has been responsible to initiate a trend among artists to view it from a variety of angles. Duccio also suggests that Madonna and Child was the art work of one of the most influential artists of those times i.e. 13th and 14th century. The artist was Duccio di Buoninsegna who was an Italian artist. This image painted by him has been throughout the historical studies of western art. Madonna and Child holds significant value in terms of the innovations in style and religious subjects and it is believed that the description given would be beneficial for the ages to come as art students can gain significant knowledge through it (Duccio Di Buoninsegna | Madonna and Child | The Met). This work by Duccio has only been acknowledged since one century and was made available to scholars only around 50 years back. In comparison to other works of this artist, Madonna is considered to be more intimate and devotional image (Bullock 207). As can be seen in Image 1, the painting is focused on the love and affection and the personification of relationship that humans form with each other.