ogee arch


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ogee arch

Architect a pointed arch having an S-shaped curve on both sides

ogee arch

ogee arch
ogee, 2 left, Early English period; center, Decorated period; right, Perpendicular period
A pointed arch composed of reversed curves, the lower concave and the upper convex. Compare with nodding ogee arch.
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The section on Venetian palaces, in addition to a traditional tracking of specific architectural motifs such as ogee arches and mibrab windows, moves beyond the normal scope of art history to consider how such borrowings were perceived by a Venetian audience as signifiers of eastern experiences and social place.
It's 18th-century Gothic, all ogee arches and icing sugar decoration in white and pale blue.
Results of that thinking can be seen all over the world in fibreglass ogee arches, fake columns, false domes and absurd pilasters glued over standard international sheds devoted to the most utilitarian kinds of people-movement.