The Wilton Diptych Plaque
The original Wilton Diptych is a small portable diptych of two hinged panels, painted on both sides, now in the National Gallery, London. It is an extremely rare survival of a late Medieval religious panel painting from England. The diptych was painted for King Richard II of England, who is depicted kneeling before the Virgin and Child in what is known as a donor portrait. He is presented to them by his patron saint, John the Baptist, and by the English saints King Edward the Confessor and King Edmund the Martyr. The painting is an outstanding example of the International Gothic style, and the nationality of the unknown artist is probably French or English.
These well-made, quality replicas do not fold and are on one, solid piece. They come in two different sizes:
- Medium (37.5 x 29 x 1 cm) - £40.00
- Large (52 x 41 x 1 cm) - £65.00
Both sizes have holes on the back for hanging.
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