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File:Wilton diptych.jpg


Artist Unknown (English or French)
English: Richard II presented to the Virgin and Child by his Patron Saint John the Baptist and Saints Edward and Edmund (The Wilton Diptych)
Date between circa 1395 and circa 1399
Dimensions 53 x 37 cm
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.
References Key facts, English or French (?), The Wilton Diptych, NG4451, The National Gallery, London. Retrieved on 2010-02-20.
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