This monumental triptych, a Flemish masterpiece, was created around 1520 for the main altar of the church. It is attributed to the Master of Frankfurt, an Antwerp painter who ran a thriving studio (and whose work can be found in Frankfurt, hence the pseudonym). The man looking at us, to the right of the centre panel, may well be the painter himself. He gained inspiration from the grand master Rogier van der Weyden and his Descent from the Cross in the Prado (Madrid). Christ carrying the cross is shown on the left, the Descent from the Cross in the middle and Christ rising from the tomb on the right. God’s Need refers to the grief suffered by Mary and others standing by the dead body of Jesus.