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SUBJECT panel paintings (painting by form)
TYPE AAT
REFERENCE ID 300033656
NOTES Refers generally to paintings on a wooden support, including smaller portable paintings and medium-sized paintings, such as altarpieces, for which several planks of wood were joined to form a larger panel. The term is typically used to refer specifically to paintings on a wooden support in Western art, generally dating from ancient Greece and Rome through the Renaissance, after which time canvas became the standard support for paintings in this size range. Panel paintings are still common today in Greek and Russian Orthodox icons.
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