triptych

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It must be painted on a wooden case—I will show you the size—in the form of a triptych.

A triptych of photos of Carolyn had always been on display on the mantelpiece.

Designers and mural decorators have been using the triptych ever since that period.

The triptych was finished in 1472; it has unhappily disappeared.

In the centre of the triptych is Mary enthroned, crowned by two angels.

There is also a triptych by Memlinc in the Municipal Gallery.

The triptych which forms the reredos was carved at Ober Ammergau.

The central portion of this triptych was bought in 1874 for £525.

Such embroideries as the Syon cope, and the Borghese triptych.

The town church (Stadtkirche) also has a fine altar with triptych.

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