The frescoed Assumption, in the lunette above the altar, is by Girolamo di Benvenuto.
The archbishop fell to the ground, as did the lunette of the monstrance.
The dial is brass, and in the lunette are painted a ship and a cottage (illustrated p. 145).
The lunette, however, was evidently painted by the Limbourgs.
The fresco in the lunette is by Michele di Ridolfo Ghirlandaio.
These soon silenced its guns, and the lunette was abandoned by the garrison.
Beneath the lunette runs a fine band of foliated ornament, including birds.
How dignified was his sense of repose, is seen in the lunette of the Ascension.
The lunette form in a dial by John Draper has the name of the maker in a circular disc above the hour circle.
You who have built that lunette with its retiring angles and its salient angles?
1570s, "semi-circular horseshoe," from Middle French lunette (13c.), literally "little moon," diminutive of lune "moon," from Latin luna (see luna). Later applied to a wide range of objects and ornamentations resembling a crescent moon.