Gothic style


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Gothic style

European furniture from the twelfth to sixteenth centuries revived in the nineteenth century. Massive oak pieces centered on the chest, stonemasonry-style carving, arcading, and vivid painting. Introduced the cupboard, wainscot chair, slab-ended stool/bench (fifteenth century), and the linefold motif.
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Do you see, close to the college, a large house with steeples, turrets, built in a handsome Gothic style, as that fool, M.
As I preferred some things to others, and especially valued my freedom, as I could fare hard and yet succeed well, I did not wish to spend my time in earning rich carpets or other fine furniture, or delicate cookery, or a house in the Grecian or the Gothic style just yet.
It was one of a number of federal buildings constructed during this period in a modern Gothic style that would complement the Parliament Buildings, part of a conscious effort to transform Ottawa from a lumber town to a national capital.
It was not only to be imposing -- 145 meters long and 157 meter tall (475 by 515 feet) -- but also a contemporary building in the then modern Gothic style.
The Venetian Gothic style gate lodge was built out of red brickwork in 1878 and contained a public room, lavatory and a ladies' cloakroom.
Each of the seven chapters defines a Gothic style in accordance with the cultural climate of a period defined by that style.
Of Neo-Gothic design closely modeled on English Gothic style of the late fourteenth century, it is the sixth-largest cathedral in the world, the second-largest in the United States, and the highest as well as the fourth-tallest structure in Washington, D.
DATING back to 1864, the Elm Crest guest house in Edgerton is Grade 11 listed and a fine example of the Victorian Gothic style of architecture.
The Queen Anne/Victorian Gothic style was popular during one of Worcester's building booms; today the few that are left are valued or, as is the case with the recently departed Odd Fellows Home (built in 1890), deeply mourned, when demolition is the only answer.
Approached via a wide sweeping tarmacadam driveway with ample car parking, the property has a decorative brick Gothic style archway with handsome wooden double doors into an entrance porch.
In the first episode of a two-parter, he looks back to its origins in the Martial architecture of World War II, the Modern Gothic style, which wasn't at all favoured during the Victorian era, and even further back in the time of John Vanbrugh.
Staffdressed up in Gothic style and there were lots of items on sale, including by Lady Clarence, aka charity shop volunteer June Bolton.