And the evangelicals have been especially irked by the recent sale of a Francis Bacon triptych for an astounding $142 million.
Everything is in motion, and the triptych panels often construct a narrative, like the frames of a film do.
There are two altars, one at the choir entrance and the other in the apse, each surmounted by a triptych.
A triptych of photos of Carolyn had always been on display on the mantelpiece.
A Yeishi triptych will cost from ten to eighty pounds, but a charming small sheet by Yeishi can perhaps be bought for two.
There is also a triptych by Memlinc in the Municipal Gallery.
Designers and mural decorators have been using the triptych ever since that period.
The triptych which forms the reredos was carved at Ober Ammergau.
A codex of two leaves was called a diptych; of three, a triptych, etc.
The town church (Stadtkirche) also has a fine altar with triptych.
1731, "hinged, three-leaved writing tablet used in ancient Greece and Rome," from Greek triptykhos "three-layered," from tri- "three" (see tri-) + ptykhos, genitive of ptyx "fold, layer." In reference to three-part altar-piece carvings or pictures hinged together, it is attested from 1849.