Un piédestal (pluriel : piédestaux) est un support isolé qui sert à recevoir une colonne, une statue, un buste ou un grand objet d'art et d'ornement (vase, candélabre, stèle, fontaine).On parle de piédouche (de l’italien pieduccio) ou de scabellon pour désigner un petit piédestal, généralement destiné à poser un buste ou une statuette.↑ de l'italien piedestallo, piede, pied et stallo, support, le socle se disant zoccolo.

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  • Un piédestal (pluriel : piédestaux) est un support isolé qui sert à recevoir une colonne, une statue, un buste ou un grand objet d'art et d'ornement (vase, candélabre, stèle, fontaine).On parle de piédouche (de l’italien pieduccio) ou de scabellon pour désigner un petit piédestal, généralement destiné à poser un buste ou une statuette.
  • Пьедеста́л (фр. piédestal, от итал. piedistallo из piede «нога» и stallo «место») — то же, что и постамент; художественно оформленное основание, на котором устанавливают произведения — скульптуру (статуя, скульптурная группа, бюст), вазу, обелиск, стелу и т. п.Древние римляне использовали пьедесталы как основания для колонн на площадях и форумах (например, колонна Траяна, колонна Марка Аврелия) для придания им большей величественности, а также в качестве подножий колонн триумфальных арок.В имперском Китае пьедесталом для стел, увековечивавших императоров, традиционно служила каменная черепаха «биси».Формы пьедесталов разнообразны: геометрически правильные, часто с применением архитектурных ордерных элементов, украшенные скульптурным рельефом, орнаментом, надписями, либо в виде естественного, необработанного камня, а также предметов (памятник В.И.Ленину на броневике у Финляндского вокзала в Санкт-Петербурге).
  • En arquitectura, se denomina pedestal al soporte prismático destinado a sostener otro soporte mayor, conformando la parte inferior de una columna. Generalmente, se compone de tres partes:zócalodado o netocornisaCuando el pedestal es corrido, y sustenta una serie de columnas, se llama estilóbato; la parte superior de este se denomina estereóbato, y puede estar adornado con molduras.Se da también el nombre de pedestal a todo soporte en forma de columna corta y ancha que sostiene una estatua u objeto análogo. Por su parte, se llama pedículo cuando la base funciona como pie, o pequeña columna, en que se apoya un objeto mayor que ella; por ejemplo, una pila bautismal o un púlpito.
  • Pedestal (from French piédestal, Italian piedistallo, foot of a stall) or plinth is a term generally applied to the support of a statue or a vase. Although in Syria, Asia Minor and Tunisia the Romans occasionally raised the columns of their temples or propylaea on square pedestals, in Rome itself they were employed only to give greater importance to isolated columns, such as those of Trajan and Antoninus, or as a podium to the columns employed decoratively in the Roman triumphal arches. The architects of the Italian revival, however, conceived the idea that no order was complete without a pedestal, and as the orders were by them employed to divide up and decorate a building in several stories, the cornice of the pedestal was carried through and formed the sills of their windows, or, in open arcades, round a court, the balustrade of the arcade. They also would seem to have considered that the height of the pedestal should correspond in its proportion with that of the column or pilaster it supported; thus in the church of Saint John Lateran, where the applied order is of considerable dimensions, the pedestal is 13 feet (4.0 m) high instead of the ordinary height of 3 to 5 feet (1.5 m).In the imperial China, a stone tortoise called bixi was traditionally used as the pedestal for important stele, especially those associated with emperors. According to the 1396 version of the regulations issued by the Ming Dynasty founder, the Hongwu Emperor, the highest nobility (those of the gong and hou ranks) and the officials of the top 3 ranks were eligible for bixi-based funerary tablets, while lower-level mandarins' steles were to stand on simple rectangular pedestals.
  • Il piedistallo o piedestallo è una base sulla quale vengono poggiati monumenti, colonne ma anche dei pannelli porta manifesti.Nel caso dei monumenti può essere realizzato in marmo o in altra pietra da costruzione ed essere alto fino ad alcuni metri per mettere bene in vista la statua che su di esso viene posta. Nel caso delle colonne esso risulta invece alto soltanto poche decine di centimetri.Il piedistallo classico è formato da tre parti: cimasa (parte superiore con modanature), dado (parte centrale piana) e zoccolo o basamento (la parte poggiante al suolo, spesso con modanature).
  • Ein Piedestal (über mittelfrz. piédestal von ital. piedistallo aus piè ‚Fuß‘ und di ‚von‘ und stall ‚Box‘), auch Postament, ist ein bisweilen recht aufwendig gestalteter Sockel von Gebäuden, Statuen oder Säulen.
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  • Un piédestal (pluriel : piédestaux) est un support isolé qui sert à recevoir une colonne, une statue, un buste ou un grand objet d'art et d'ornement (vase, candélabre, stèle, fontaine).On parle de piédouche (de l’italien pieduccio) ou de scabellon pour désigner un petit piédestal, généralement destiné à poser un buste ou une statuette.↑ de l'italien piedestallo, piede, pied et stallo, support, le socle se disant zoccolo.
  • Ein Piedestal (über mittelfrz. piédestal von ital. piedistallo aus piè ‚Fuß‘ und di ‚von‘ und stall ‚Box‘), auch Postament, ist ein bisweilen recht aufwendig gestalteter Sockel von Gebäuden, Statuen oder Säulen.
  • En arquitectura, se denomina pedestal al soporte prismático destinado a sostener otro soporte mayor, conformando la parte inferior de una columna.
  • Пьедеста́л (фр. piédestal, от итал. piedistallo из piede «нога» и stallo «место») — то же, что и постамент; художественно оформленное основание, на котором устанавливают произведения — скульптуру (статуя, скульптурная группа, бюст), вазу, обелиск, стелу и т.
  • Pedestal (from French piédestal, Italian piedistallo, foot of a stall) or plinth is a term generally applied to the support of a statue or a vase. Although in Syria, Asia Minor and Tunisia the Romans occasionally raised the columns of their temples or propylaea on square pedestals, in Rome itself they were employed only to give greater importance to isolated columns, such as those of Trajan and Antoninus, or as a podium to the columns employed decoratively in the Roman triumphal arches.
  • Il piedistallo o piedestallo è una base sulla quale vengono poggiati monumenti, colonne ma anche dei pannelli porta manifesti.Nel caso dei monumenti può essere realizzato in marmo o in altra pietra da costruzione ed essere alto fino ad alcuni metri per mettere bene in vista la statua che su di esso viene posta.
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