noun, plural pre·del·le [pri-del-ee; Italian pre-del-le]. /prɪˈdɛl i; Italian prɛˈdɛl lɛ/.
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But this design is only the predella beneath the picture “Faith and Love.”Theodore Watts-Dunton|James Douglas
The three small predella pictures , the Nativity, the martyrdom of Sts.The Story of Florence|Edmund G. Gardner
The predella pictures are of scenes in the life of St. Hyacinth, who therefore is probably the subject of our panel also.
This picture was formerly the predella of an altar-piece in San Domenico at Fiesole.
Two compartments of a predella by him are in the Accademia at Florence, a fourth being in the Louvre.