Description Altarpieces with hinged wings were closed except on major feast days, so that ordinarily only the exterior panels of the wings were visible. They were often less sumptuous than the interior, though no less intriguing. Here, everyday details and fantasy are intimately linked. The vigorously painted figures of Saints Lawrence (holding the grill on which he was burned alive) and Leonard stand in front of a brocade cloth hung from simple hooks in a low-ceilinged room. The saints stand in a meadow strewn with little flowers. At Saint Leonard's feet is the spring, which he discovered using a divining rod, and the animals drawn to its waters. The interior is much more flamboyant, with an architecturally-defined center panel, originally housing painted wooden statues of saints (now missing) and individual saints on the wings. The name of the painter is unknown, but the style, including the characteristic circles under the eyes, is close to that of the Altarpiece of the Legend of Saint Michael from a church in Arguis, Spain (now in the Prado Museum, in Madrid). However, the attribution is uncertain; indeed, comparisons have also been made with Austrian painting of the period.