noun, plural pre·del·le [pri-del-ee; Italian pre-del-le] /prɪˈdɛl i; Italian prɛˈdɛl lɛ/. Fine Arts.
Origin of predella
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Historical Examples of predella
Four small panels with a Saint in each, and five parts of a Predella: 1.
The predella is divided by painted pilasters into three parts.
The predella of the picture is full of stories almost in the style of Carpaccio.The Story of Perugia
In the predella of this picture shall be painted eighteen figures.Pintoricchio
Evelyn March Phillipps
But this design is only the predella beneath the picture “Faith and Love.”Theodore Watts-Dunton