diptych


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a painting or carving (especially an altarpiece) on two panels (usually hinged like a book)

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The unnamed artist of the portable diptych was perhaps the abovementioned Tommaso del Mazza, formerly known as the Master of Santa Verdiana, whom Datini had commissioned to paint in San Francesco in Prato.
Diptych for a Tame Spider by Alan Davie Painted in 1967 by Davie, a Scottish painter and printmaker.
The right panel of the diptych portrays Christ on the cross flanked by Mary and John.
The top lot is Remembrance and Gratitude, a large diptych by Ahmed Moustafa, the celebrated Egyptian artist who holds the world record price for any modern Arabian work of art sold at auction (estimate: $600,000 to $800,000) (illustrated above).
Prayers and Portraits: Unfolding the Netherlandish Diptych.
He uses these to great advantage in works such as "Pair," a three-dimensional diptych, two open steel columns each more than 5 feet tall and about a foot in diameter.
The mag starts off with some "Big Gun Underdogs," then moves to some regional features (Michigan, Atlanta, NYC), an interview with the editor of Diptych (a skate/art book), Nick Gates interview, Jesse Hotchkiss art feature and interview, and an interview with Bobcat (AKA Dogfart), the editor of website Sleestak.
Letters From Iwo Jima and Flags of Our Fathers: Clint Eastwood's historic diptych about the Battle of Iwo Jima examines the nature of heroism and the tragic waste of war from an all-encompassing perspective.
26" exhibits range from an oversized, vertically segmented photograph of a solitary tree thrown into a Griffith Park dumpster, a crime-scene-inspired cluster of sepia-toned snapshots of assorted abandoned trees, to a stark diptych showing the after-effects of a holiday spent building monuments to defunct mythologies only to wipe the slate clean and blindly start over again.
Masterpieces now on display include Rodin's The Kiss, Picasso's Weeping Woman and Andy Warhol's Marilyn Diptych.
New York) This diptych is the epicenter of "so bad it's good.
The show features some of his most recognisable artworks, including his Campbell soup cans and Marilyn Monroe diptych, along with paintings, screenprints, adverts, 40 record sleeves - everything from Artie Shaw to John Lennon's rare Menlove Avenue album and the Stones' Sticky Fingers LP, photographs and video.
These prices have only been bettered by the Dormeuil Diptych, a French passion diptych dated around 1350-75.
The goal was to find a way to produce 1 mm plates of porcelain which would become the 80 cm/60 cm large tablets for the different diptych maps versions, as well as for the 1.
The diptych that ends here and began with Event and World elucidates human beings from the viewpoint of a hermeneutical phenomenology that considers the capacity to experience events--that is, critical upheavals of their life as a whole--as one of the ownmost features of these living beings.