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Artist Unknown Master, French (second half of 14th century)
English: Wilton Diptych: Richard II of England with his patron saints
English: Richard II of England with his patron saints. The Wilton Diptych (c.1395-1399) is a portable altarpiece taking the form of a diptych. It was painted for King Richard II.
Date 1395
Medium tempera on oak panel
Dimensions Height: 36.8 cm (14.5 in). Width: 26.7 cm (10.5 in).
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