Category:The Wilton Diptych

Title The Wilton Diptych
Date c.
Medium tempera on oak
Dimensions 53 × 37 cm (20.9 × 14.6 in)
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Native name National Gallery
Location London
Coordinates 51° 30′ 30.96″ N, 0° 07′ 41.88″ W Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
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Website nationalgallery.org.uk
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room 53
Accession number NG4451
Credit line Bought with a special grant and contributions from Samuel Courtauld, Viscount Rothermere, C. T. Stoop and The Art Fund, 1929.
Notes The Wilton Diptych (c. 139599) is a small portable diptych of two hinged panels, painted on both sides. 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 votive portrait. The painting is an outstanding example of the International Gothic style, and the nationality of the unknown artist is probably French or English. It belongs to the National Gallery, London.
References Key facts. The National Gallery, London. Retrieved on 5 May 2013.
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