Franciscan habit, which is made of rough, dark brown wool cloth and is secured at the waist by a typical Franciscan belt, as well as a highcollared cape with a triangular hood that falls down his back. The habit's main body has vertical folds, while the sleeves have delicate creases. While raising his right hand, he gathers the front of his robe with his left hand, forming a pouch in which he carries a small bunch of red flowers. The portrayal of the saint hiding flowers in his robe alludes to one of his miracles. In the habit of providing food for the poor from the monastery's stores, he was caught in the act by a superior on one occasion, and when he opened up the front of his robe, a bunch of roses miraculously fell out onto the ground. His hair is curly, and he has the features of a young man of African descent. The traditional Franciscan cincture, made of a cord with three knots, is highlighted with gilding to emphasize his intercession in childbirth complications, for which mediation was performed. Flowers and parallel borders adorn the habit.