Somewhere in the MET, between the hall of Medieval European art and the Hall of Arms and Armor, there's a chapel that is decorated with wood paneling. The panels look like they have Freemason symbols on them or something. Mark pointed out that a few of them had an alter with a burning fatted calf on them.
I like the top photo because of the way cherub wings make a half vesica pisces and the cherub faces fill a kind of half circle.
I like the second one because of the overlapping ribbons around the seraphim (at least I think it's a seraphim, even if it has only four wings instead of six) make an interesting knot pattern.
The only problem with both photos is that they're more orange-yellow than the actual panels, which were more of a reddish, umber or brick color.