|Meeting of Mary and Elizabeth|
The atmosphere of the picture is enhanced by the character of the landscape and episodes in the background, which make the picture related to the school of Danube. Besides narration, symbolic content in elements of landscape and visual references are also important for him. They are expected to interpret biblical events in the foreground and to help understand mystic and emotional messages. The cycle which portrayed the life of Christ was probably placed on the high altar in the parish church, Selecbánya, which, taken to panels, is hosted in several museums.
The inclination to search and the quality of his art raise him to the same rank as Dürer, Grünewald and Altdorfer. He learnt types of figures appearing in works of great graphic artists of the century, but he probably learnt how to use light effects, portray emotions and create hidden symbols from masters in the Netherlands and Upper-Rhineland. He was an artist of his own who had the skills to recreate unity of man and nature in a personal lyric experience.