presentation of donors: the closed tryptich
The reverse sides of the shutters are decorated with portraits of the donors kneeling and accompanied by their standing patron saints.
They are represented in shallow niches.
All have been identified
We recognize, from left to right:
On the left shutter, from the left:
- Standing, St. Agnes, recognizable by the lamb below on the left side,
- Kneeling in front, Agnès CASEMBROOD kneeling.
to the right of the left shutter:
- Standing, St. Clare carries the thurible,
- Protects Sister Claire VAN HULSEN, kneeling in front.
On the right pane, from the left:
- Standing, Saint James the Great of Compostela dressed as a pilgrim,
- Known in front, Jacob DE KEUNINC
to the right of the right-hand panel:
- St. Anthony Abbot, who is recognizable by his crook and the piglet,
- patron of Antoine SEGHERS, master of the hospital.
The triptych was probably commanded before , since it was in that year that Antoine SEGHERS died.
It was placed above the master altar in .