This fresco, created for the ceiling of a private chapel, gives the impression of a wooden, coved ceiling spilling into natural beauty. It depicts birds, flowers, and stars and modifies the size of the room while bringing joy and classical splendor. Think of the sweeping, beautiful wings of a butterfly and how they sort of resemble the colour range of this fresco. In the eighteenth century, pavilions were popular in Europe. Wealthy people would build these small, temple-like buildings where they could go to reflect and find calm.