You can Print and arrange the Blancs 12345 Pentaptych any way you want. The work is available for sale as 5 separate Large Print Digital files (in High resolution or Medium Resolution). The work may be printed up to 200 cm x 50 cm (W x H) x 5.
A polyptych (/ˈpɒlɪptɪk/POL-ip-tik; Greek: poly- “many” and ptychē “fold”) is a painting (usually panel painting ) which is divided into sections, or panels. Specifically, a “ diptych ” is a two-part work of art; a “triptych” is a three-part work; a tetraptych or quadriptych has four parts; pentaptych five; hexaptych six; heptaptych (or septych in Latin) seven; and octaptych eight parts.
Polyptychs typically display one “central” or “main” panel that is usually the largest of the attachments, while the other panels are called “side” panels, or “wings”. Sometimes, as evident in the Ghent and Isenheim works, the hinged panels can be varied in arrangement to show different “views” or “openings” in the piece.
Polyptychs were most commonly created by early Renaissance painters, the majority of which designed their works to be altarpieces in churches and cathedrals. The polyptych form of art was also quite popular among ukiyo-e printmakers of Edo period Japan.
Some medieval manuscripts are polyptychs, particularly Carolingian works, in which the columns on the page are framed with borders that resemble polyptych paintings. Altar displays may also form polyptychs.
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The Blancs 12345 Pentaptriptych is formed by 5 paintings. The work is available as up to 5 Large Print Digital files (in High resolution or Medium Resolution). The work may be printed to 200 cm x 50 cm x 5 units (W x H).[soliloquy id=”157857″]