National Gallery: Wilton Diptych Journal

National Gallery: Wilton Diptych Journal

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The ‘Wilton Diptych’ was painted as a portable altarpiece for the private devotion of King Richard II, who ruled England from 1377 to 1399. The diptych is thought to have been made in the last five years of Richard’s reign, although its artist remains unknown. It is called The Wilton Diptych because it came from Wilton House in Wiltshire, the seat of the Earls of Pembroke.

Part of a series of exciting and luxurious Flame Tree Notebooks. Combining high-quality production with magnificent fine art, the covers are printed on foil in five colors, embossed then foil stamped. And they're powerfully practical: a pocket at the back for receipts and scraps, two bookmarks and a solid magnetic side flap.

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Notebook / blank book, Decorated cover, ruled pages, pocket, ribbon and magnetic closure, 176 pages, 1 illustrations

Size: 6.00 x 9.00 inches 


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