The grisaille consists of vine leaves with occasional flowers, and the pattern created by the vine stems is well preserved here. The barbed-quatrefoil medallion shows a man wearing a pale-green tunic, blue jerkin, and purple hose. From his belt hangs a yellow scabbard, and he leads a horse. Although the man’s right hand is a modern patch, the outline suggests that he originally held a falcon. Hunting with falcons or hawks for smaller game bird was a popular medieval pastime. The hunting theme continues across the foot of the panel. On the right a hound leaps up at a stag, considered the noblest of the animals hunted in the Middle Ages, and a huntsman in a blue tunic and gold hose takes aim with a bow and arrow. In the middle stands another huntsman, carrying a spear. To the left of him another hound confronts a now-missing beast, replace by a heraldic lion that probably belonged to the arms of the Mowbray family in the adjacent window (n26).