Oil on panel of resinous representing the Virgin, the Child, St. Joseph and St. John the Baptist, in front of an architectural background and a landscape.
Bears an inscription on the back: Macrino d'alba fecit, and a date hidden by one of the crosspieces of the floor "1..12" (probably 1612, d'Alba having died in 1513). It is probably a follower of the painter.
The Cretan school was a school of post-Byzantine iconography that existed from the 15th to the 17th century in Crete, while the island was under Venetian rule.
Wear, parquetry at the back, but nice effect.