|Fragments consisting of several pieces are related to the archaising breast wall in Óbuda both in frame style and vertical borders. Symbolic drape style and naive spatiality make it related to sculpture in Lombardy from the late 11th century. Its mature ornaments refer to a later age.|
Its iconography is, however, vague. Obviously, the master wanted to contrast the holy and the secular which is indicated by two types of columns, cherubs holding their heads in a different way, the hair of figures, differences in clothes and the presence of glory on the left.