At the atrium, the fresco made by Cosimo Rosselli in 1476 shows the dressing of San Filippo Benizi. But another interesting element is the view on Santa Maria del Fiore with the lantern just recently, 1461, inaugurated. There is also visible the Baptistery. All in all it is a view on Florence city from the time when the painter lived. But Filippo Benizi lived in the 13th century and at this time there was for sure no idea how the cathedral would look once it was achieved. The City’s wall is there and shows that Santissima Annunziata was located outside of Florence at the moment of Saint’s dressing. A scene form the Saint’s life has been brought into the present, probably not for disrespect, but to explain that Saint’s myths and legends have value for and can help in daily life. They have eternal value and can give orientation like modern, eternal brands. The faces of the monks have a very individual expression. The saint on its knees reminds Masaccio’s kneeling man baptized by Saint Peter on the fresco "Baptism of the Neophytes" at the Brancacci chapel in Florence. This shows again that artists in Florence were interdependent like in no other city.