arabesque focuses on Turkey, Morocco and Lebanon, with the added bonus of a beautiful design and great photos.
On the arabesque in which the painting is set is a cartel inscribed with name and date.
The ceiling and walls were rich with tessellated and arabesque work.
The plea is not that the arabesque has that meaning when the whole thing is exposed.
These are cut in arabesque designs, and many of them are very handsome.
The arabesque patterns between those formed of four ovals are worked in chain stitch with silk of two shades of brown.
The secretary absently drew an arabesque on the blotting-pad.
The mosaics are of the fifth century, after the arabesque paintings in the Baths of Titus.
Both girls were playing with an ear for the "arabesque" on the other side of the wall.
The walls and the columns were of white marble, inlaid with arabesque work of colored stones.
1610s, "Moorish or Arabic ornamental design," from French arabesque (16c.), from Italian arabesco, from Arabo "Arab," with reference to Moorish architecture. As a ballet pose, first attested 1830. Musical sense, in reference to an ornamented theme, is from 1864, originally the title given by Robert Schumann to one of his piano pieces.