tendril

Isaac Kremer/ September 9, 2018/ / 0 comments

Architectural ornament resembling plant-like tendrils, in Classical architecture associated with acanthus, anthemion, and palmette. It recurs in Celtic and Anglo-Saxon ornament, medieval grapevine or trail, Renaissance and Mannerist arabesque and grotesque, Art Nouveau whiplash and derivations from Celtic and Norse ornament, and many other styles in various guises and variations.

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