The best-preserved paintings are those on either side of the chancel arch.
Here, on the side facing towards the nave, are an angel with a censor (flanking an Agnus Dei which is out of frame), the Annunciation and the Visitation. The haloes of the Archangel Gabriel and Virgin Mary are painted in malachite green- the most expensive colour used anywhere in the scheme. The text in the band above the figures reads VIRGO SALUTAR STERILIS FECUNDA PROBATUR- which rhymes. It means "The Virgin is saluted, the barren proves fruitful."