The winged altar, which was a person of the premier and most ornate kinds in the medieval Kingdom of Hungary, is dated to 1496 in accordance to an inscription on the body of the paintings – but it by natural means took a for a longer time period to complete. The altar was “renovated” in the baroque time period, the panels of its workday aspect ended up all overpainted. This overpainting was not taken off in the restoration campaign. The predella and the gable of the altar – equally of which acquired very seriously harmed – have been both of those reconstructed.
(Resource of text and illustrations or photos: Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery. For further images, see this report.)