Just up the street from the Palazzo Datini, the pinkish Palazzo degli Alberti houses the Cassa di Risparmio di Prato bank, which keeps its painting collection above the pit where they carry on Datini's money-making tradition. Giovanni Bellini crucified his beautifully modeled Christ in the middle of a Jewish graveyard and painted an amalgamated fantasy city in the background. Next to this masterpiece hangs a small Madonna col Bambino against a scallop-shelled niche by Filippo Lippi, and a few paintings later we get the large canvas of Christ Crowned with Thorns (1604), the crowning apparently being done by Roman soldier triplets -- Caravaggio must have used the same model in different poses.