Cataloguing these works has not been a simple task as they combine characteristics of the school of Cologne and of the region of Westphalia. Isolde Lübbeke located them around the area of Düren, whose local style combined the two trends. The anonymous artist used a narrow panel to depict four scenes: The Descent from the Cross, The Burial of Christ, Christ’s Descent into Limbo, and The Resurrection. The narrative starts at the upper part with the scenes connected by a long, winding path. The first episode is The Descent from the Cross, constructed using the traditional triangular composition formed by the cross with the ladders on either side. It is followed by The Burial of Christ, organised around a marked diagonal with the figures crowded together on the left side of the tomb. The next scene is Christ’s Descent into Limbo, with the souls of the Just depicted in prayer, emerging from a small crack in the rock. At the bottom and completing the narrative is The Resurrection.