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  • noun Plural form of entablature.

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Examples

  • Furthermore, Palladio's structures were built the same way as ancient structures: Masons cut and placed stone upon stone to make walls, pilasters and columns; entablatures and pediments; arches, vaults and domes; and carved ornamentation.

    'Modern' architecture can be hard to nail down

  • Furthermore, Palladio's structures were built the same way as ancient structures: Masons cut and placed stone upon stone to make walls, pilasters and columns; entablatures and pediments; arches, vaults and domes; and carved ornamentation.

    'Modern' architecture can be hard to nail down

  • Furthermore, Palladio's structures were built the same way as ancient structures: Masons cut and placed stone upon stone to make walls, pilasters and columns; entablatures and pediments; arches, vaults and domes; and carved ornamentation.

    'Modern' architecture can be hard to nail down

  • Furthermore, Palladio's structures were built the same way as ancient structures: Masons cut and placed stone upon stone to make walls, pilasters and columns; entablatures and pediments; arches, vaults and domes; and carved ornamentation.

    'Modern' architecture can be hard to nail down

  • Mr. Stroik adheres to the traditional practice of making large-scale drawings by hand and has a highly developed sense of line and proportion, as demonstrated by the exquisite profiles of the entablatures above the columns and pilasters arrayed throughout the chapel in major and minor orders.

    A Return to Grace

  • Column and pilaster shafts are beige botticino marble while capitals and entablatures are, like the pseudomarble pilasters in the shrine, painted plaster.

    A Return to Grace

  • Column and pilaster shafts are beige botticino marble while capitals and entablatures are painted plaster.schafphoto. com Like the shrine, the focus is again on a baldachin - here, with swirling bronze Solomonic columns and an exuberant superstructure inspired by Bernini's baldachin at St. Peter's.

    Holy Architecture

  • Mr. Stroik adheres to the traditional practice of making large-scale drawings by hand and has a highly developed sense of line and proportion, as demonstrated by the exquisite profiles of the entablatures above the columns and pilasters arrayed throughout the chapel in major and minor orders.

    A Return to Grace

  • Column and pilaster shafts are beige botticino marble while capitals and entablatures are, like the pseudomarble pilasters in the shrine, painted plaster.

    A Return to Grace

  • Column and pilaster shafts are beige botticino marble while capitals and entablatures are, like the pseudomarble pilasters in the shrine, painted plaster.

    A Return to Grace

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