A grouping of several images of closely related theme or subject.

“A “triptych” is a three-part work; a tetraptych or quadriptych has four parts; pentaptych five; hexaptych six; heptaptych seven; and octaptych eight parts.” (Wikipedia)

Each of the panels represented on this website is printed individually, so there is no limit to how they might be displayed. There are several possibilities, for example, for the wave sequences shown here. The straight “stair-step” display looks great on the wall above a stair rail. If the wall is not long enough to display all the images, they can be stacked (overlapped as necessary) rather than hung end-to-end (paralleling the stair rail). In this case, the display will angle up the wall much steeper than the rail angle, but still looks amazing.
For a wall long enough to display the images horizontally, I find the wave-form arrangement (shown below) to be most pleasing.