A series of sketches for projected paintings based on a simplification of the medieval (and Renaissance) European Christian convention known as the diptych (or triptych or polyptych) – meaning, literally, two-fold (or three-fold or many-fold) - and its appendages: smaller panels, usually appended by hinges or chains and suspended below the primary panel. These sketches are intended to reflect a vestige of the obsessive complexity and arcane content of early-modern European Christian iconography, absent identifiable subject matter.