I have based the shape of the central figure on a tenth century illuminated letter 'H'. The overall appearance of the wall hanging suggests a gentle disintegration referencing many of the medieval painted panels that still survive in some English parish churches.
Across East Anglia many of these surviving panels show saints that were defaced during the wave of puritan iconoclasm that occurred in the seventeenth century.
This rich, ornate textile wall hanging has been created using painted silk, wool, cotton and mixed fibres.
The wall hanging is approximately 67 cm wide by 150 cm long.
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