A painted wooden figure that opens to display a devotional scene: in the centre, Christ, with a cruciform halo (or God), holding a crucifix; on the wings to the left and right, the faithful of various stations in life.
The Black Madonna of Czestachowa. The Eastern Churches usually have biblical religious figures painted in colours with more tanned/ebony, or Middle Eastern complexion, than those art in western churches. This is likely due to the fact that Eastern churches are more ancient and have better knowledge about the historical description of the people of the bible and related religions.
One of several Pre-Raphaelite stained glass windows, for which Waterford church is famed, by William Morris in St Michael and All Angels Church in Waterford, near Hertford. Here: an angel bends over St Cecilia