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A method of realistic drawing in which the part of an object closest to the viewer is a planar face, and all the lines describing sides perpendicular to that face can be extended back to converge at one point, the vanishing point
the roughly triangular space enclosed by the curves of adjacent arches and a horizontal member connecting their vertexes
A semi-circular wall area, framed by an arch over a door or window. Can be either plain or decorated.
A flat, rectangular, vertical member projecting from a wall of which it forms a part. It usually has a base and a capital and is often fluted
In classical architecture, the lintel or lowest part of an entablature, sometimes called the epistyle.
the painted or sculpted lower portion of an altarpiece that relates to the subjects of the upper portion
a shaped or sculpted strip with varying contours and patterns. Used as decoration on architecture, furniture, frames, and other objects
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