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Figure Studies and an Entablature

Ornament design after the antique; half-vase with Harpy and Entablature Handle

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Corinthian Entablature

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Ionic Entablature

Doric entablature

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Corinthian entablature

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Doric Entablature

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Corinthian entablature

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Entablature from the Temple of Vespasian, Rome

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Entablature from the Temple of Castor and Pollux, Rome

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Corinthian entablature from Santa Bibiana, Rome

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Entablature from the Forum of Trajan, Rome

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Corinthian entablature

Arch of Constantine, elev, partial plan (recto) Arch of Constantine, profiles of base, shaft and entablature (verso)

Plate 10: a cartouche formed by drapery and topped with two skeletons atop an Ionic entablature, from 'Nouvelles inventions de Cartouches'

Plate 10: a cartouche formed by drapery and topped with two skeletons atop an Ionic entablature, from 'Nouvelles inventions de Cartouches'

Design for a Corinthian Entablature for the Duke of Richmond, either for Richmond House, Whitehall, London, or Goodwood, Sussex

An Architectural Detail: A Herm Figure Placing or Removing a Column from Under an Entablature (after Stucco Frame by Daniele da Volterra from Orsini Chapel, Santa Trinita dei Monti).

Design for the Upper Part of an Entablature

Plate 3: The Statue Before the Ruins: a statue to left next to three figures on a pedestal, a beggar standing in an archway to right, four columns and the remains of an entablature to top left, from 'Les soirées de Rome'

Design for an Entablature Carved with Acanthus

Cross braces to connect the inner and outer entablature of dome

Entablature, Balustrade, and ceiling of western portico of south wing

Entablature, balustrade, and ceiling of western portico of south corridor

Cross braces to connect the inner and outer entablature of dome

Cross braces connecting the entablature of the peristyle with the drum of the dome

Entablature, balustrade, and ceiling of southern portico of south wing

Entablature, balustrade, pediment and ceiling of eastern portico of south wing

Baalbec. Sculptured blocks covering space between entablature & cella. Temple of Jupiter / Bonfils.

The six columns of the Great Temple, Ba'albek. The winter winds have almost destroyed the carving on the north side of the capitals; but the south side of the capitals and of the entablature, shown above, are in a good state of preservation

The Temple of the Sun, Ba'albek. Showing the north and west sides. The columns, including the capitals, are forty-six and a-half feet in height; they are ten feet from the walls, and support an entablature connected with the cella by large slabs of stone

[Plaster model of an entablature.]

Ruins of Jerash (Gerasa). Jerash. Fragment of carved entablature

Northern views. Capernaum. Tell Hum. Capitals and entablature of partly restored synagogue

Palmyra. Temple of Baal. Fragments of the entablature, etc., at the main entrance

Jebel el-Druze & Hauran. Basra Eski Sham. Beautiful entablature mounted between a pillar & an engaged column, showing distant columns

Jebel el-Druze & Hauran. Basra Eski Sham. Beautiful entablature mounted between a pillar & an engaged column

Jebel el-Druze & Hauran. Basra Eski Sham. Beautiful entablature mounted between a pillar and an engaged column. Closer view

[Main Reading Room. View of statue representing Science, by John Donoghue, on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue representing Religion, by Theodore Baur, on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue representing Commerce, by John Flanagan, on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue of Poetry by J.Q.A. Ward on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue of Law by Paul W. Bartlett on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue representing Law by Paul Wayland Bartlett on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue representing Poetry,, by John Quincy Adams Ward, on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue of Commerce by John Flanagan on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue of Philosophy by Bela Pratt on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue of Science by John Donoghue on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue representing Philosophy, by Bela Lyon Pratt, on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue representing History, by Daniel Chester French, on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue of Religion by Theodore Baur on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue of Art by Tonetti-Dozzi on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue representing Art, by Franc̦ois M. L. Tonetti-Dozzi, on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue of History by Daniel Chester French on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Main Reading Room. View of statue of Science by John Donoghue on the column entablature between two alcoves. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

Studies of Horsemen and Study of a Figure for a Deposition (recto); Sketch for an Entablature (verso)

Wall painting on black ground: supports with entablature, from the imperial villa at Boscotrecase

Wall painting on black ground: supports with entablature, from the imperial villa at Boscotrecase

St. Peter's, tribune, exterior, entablature and cornice details (recto) Santa Maria Maggiore, Sforza Chapel, plan, detail (verso)

Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne, entablature, elevation (recto); Portico, Doric capital and entablature, elevation and Unknown, Corinthian cornice, elevation (verso)

San Lorenzo, New Sacristy, niche frame, tabernacle, plan and elevation (recto) San Lorenzo, New Sacristy, entablature, cornice, and base of niche, profiles (verso)

St. Peter's, drum, exterior, elevation (recto) St. Peter's, tribune, entablature, section and details (verso)

St Peter's, entablature profile; reflected ceiling details of the cornice, and profiles of column bases and pedestals (recto) St. Peter's, section through drum of model and entablature of upper story (verso)

Unidentified, Ionic capitals, two front and side elevations (recto) Doric impost, elevation of entablature (verso)

Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne, elevation (recto) Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne, portal, elevation; portal entablature, profile (verso)

San Lorenzo, Library, pilaster, elevation; soffit, detail, plan (recto) San Lorenzo, Library, entablature, section (verso)

Portico Octavia, pediment and entablature, elevation; pediment, elevation (recto) Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, entablature, elevation (verso)

Arch of Septimius Severus, entablature, elevation; attic, base, elevation (recto) Arch of Septimius Severus, archivolt, elevation; impost, elevation; entablature, elevation; column base, elevation; column, plan (verso)

Composite capital, plan, elevation, and details; frieze, detail (recto) Forum of Nerva, entablature and attic, profiles; portico, perspective, and cornice, profile (verso)

Architectural Study: The Measured Profiles of the Cornice and Entablature of the "Colonnacce" from the Forum Transitorium (the "Palace of Nerva").

Santa Maria Maggiore, Sforza Chapel, elevation (recto) Unknown, entablature, partial cornice, and column or pilaster base profile (verso)

Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne, cortile, section (recto) Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne , first story loggia entablature, profile section and column shaft (verso)

Pantheon, entablature and column pilaster capital, projection; rosette, details; capital profile; base, profile; pilaster, plan (recto) Pantheon, rectangular niche, perspective (verso)

Design for Entablature

Wall painting on black ground: fragment of support/entablature, from the imperial villa at Boscotrecase

Sketches of a Funeral Monument, a Niche with Statues, a Helmet in the Shape of a Human Head, an Entablature and a Female Statue

San Lorenzo, Library, Ricetto, entablature, elevation profile (recto) San Lorenzo, Library, Ricetto, column, elevation (verso)

Forum of Nerva, entablature, elevation; cornice, elevation (recto) Forum of Nerva, architrave panel, ceiling plan, Corinthian, capital (verso)

Forum of Nerva, colonnade, profiles of attic and entablature, architrave and column detail (recto) Arch of Constantine, plan (verso)

Basilica Ulpia, cornice, elevation profile with ornamental detailing; Domus Turciorum, entablature, elevation profile (recto) Domus Turciorum, elevation, perspective (verso)

Portico at the Porta Carmentalis, Tuscan capital and entablature, elevation; pier, section, detail (recto) S. Prassede, Quadriportico, Doric capital, elevation; Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne, column shaft, profile (verso)

Old Croton Aqueduct, Entrance Entablature, New Croton Reservoir, Yorktown Heights, Westchester County, NY

What? Where? Why?

What? Where? Why?

Frieze in Curman villa, Stockholm, Sweden