Here are pictures of the 'Doom Board' over the reredos screen at the church in Dauntsey, Wiltshire, and Her Indoors working on it, up the scaffold, in situ. I gave her a bit of a hand too, by painting the cloud formation at the very top, etc. I hope I haven't already mentioned this thing, but a quick search through the records suggests that I haven't.
These 'Doom Boards' are now very rare, and this is one of only 5 in the country. They were medieval, pictorial warnings about straying off the path of righteousness, and the consequences of doing so. They were generally painted by itinerant specialists who were commissioned by the local gentry, for the purpose of scaring the shit out of their illiterate peasants. This one - a series of oak boards - was taken down and hidden during the Reformation, and only rediscovered in the 19th century, buried inside the church. They have identified the oak that they were made from as coming from within 1 mile of the area, about 7 or 8oo years ago.
Her Indoors's job was to fill the missing sections with the same range of adjacent colours, but in such a way that they can be easily distinguished from the original, at the same time as blending the whole together harmoniously - a technique that has never been done on such an important historical artifact before. A fine job she made of it too - she knows what she is doing when it comes to colour.