Le rinceau désigne un motif d'« arabesque de feuillages, de fleurs ou de fruits sculptée ou peinte servant d'ornement en architecture ou dans les arts décoratifs. ».↑ Dictionnaire culturel en langue française, sous la direction d'Alain Rey, p. 340. (ISBN 2 84902 179 - 2) (tome IV)

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  • Le rinceau désigne un motif d'« arabesque de feuillages, de fleurs ou de fruits sculptée ou peinte servant d'ornement en architecture ou dans les arts décoratifs. ».
  • Rinceau, from the French, meaning foliage. In architecture and the decorative arts, a decorative form consisting of a continuous wavy stemlike motif from which smaller leafy stems or groups of leaves branch out at more or less regular intervals.The use of rinceaux is frequent in the friezes of Roman buildings, where is generally found in a frieze, the middle element of an entablature, just below the cornice. It is also decorated in the jamb ornaments and capitals of Romanesque structures and in friezes and panels of buildings in the various Renaissance styles, where tiny animals or human heads also appear.The rinceau experienced a return to the simpler Classic style in the 17th century, and in the subsequent century it was applied more freely, without a strict repetition of identical forms.
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  • Le rinceau désigne un motif d'« arabesque de feuillages, de fleurs ou de fruits sculptée ou peinte servant d'ornement en architecture ou dans les arts décoratifs. ».↑ Dictionnaire culturel en langue française, sous la direction d'Alain Rey, p. 340. (ISBN 2 84902 179 - 2) (tome IV)
  • Rinceau, from the French, meaning foliage. In architecture and the decorative arts, a decorative form consisting of a continuous wavy stemlike motif from which smaller leafy stems or groups of leaves branch out at more or less regular intervals.The use of rinceaux is frequent in the friezes of Roman buildings, where is generally found in a frieze, the middle element of an entablature, just below the cornice.
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