alternating:with arches springing from the ends of two-column colonnades, resembling a series of overlapping serlianas;
blind:arcade engaged with or attached to a wall, also called surface-or wall-arcade;
coupled:carried on coupled columns;
interlacing or intersecting:overlapping arcades, e.g. Romanesque overlapping arcades, producing a series of pointed arches, as in Southwell Minster, Notts. (C12);
nave:series of arches on piers separating the nave from the aisle and supporting the clerestorey in a church;
regular:any series of repetitive arches, also called a simple arcade;
screen:arcade standing on its own as a feature, or used as a screen;
simple:see regular above;
surface:see blind above;
syncopated:two rows of arcade, one in front of the other, with the colonnette shafts of one set in front of the centres of the arches behind, as in Lincoln Cathedral;
wall:see blind above.
Alcock, Barley, Dixon, & Meeson (1996);Geist (1983);MacKeith (1986)
arcade. (a) Simple regular Romanesque blind arcade with scallop-capitals and corbel-table (Church of St Peter, Northampton, c.1150). (b) Romanesque blind interlacing arcade: the intersecting semicircular arches produce pointed arches (Christ Church, Oxford, c.1180). (c) Simple or regular Classical arcade on piers. (d ) Classical arcade on coupled columns. (e) Simple or regular Classical arcade on columns. (f) Alternating Classical arcade consisting of arches carried onentablatures supported on columns, so is a mixture of colonnade and arcade. It resembles a series of overlapping Serlianas. (g) Syncopated First Pointed arcading, (south choiraisle, Lincoln Cathedral, c.1200).
Subjects: Art & Architecture