Renaissance revival


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Renaissance revival

A mid and late nineteenth-century European and American style initiated in Italy, massive and rectangular with a veritable orgy of nationalistic decoration from many sources. Remained particularly popular with the Italian and German public until 1914.
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The house is predominantly Colonial Revival but has Classical Revival and French Renaissance Revival elements, including a number of signature design features.
They stretch from the Renaissance revival of the nineteenth century to the elegant lines of Art Nouveau and beyond, through to the playful naivety of modernist designs by Jean Lurcat and Line Vautrin.
All eight of the site's buildings were constructed in the Renaissance Revival style.
After his success as a dancer and choreographer, Franko has published a number of books that explore dance history across disciplines and eras, from renaissance revival to the birth of modern dance in the 1930s.
The building's renaissance revival architecture adds to its archaic charisma, making it as one of the best landmarks known in the Philippines.
Today, it's a landmark Renaissance Revival property "exclusively for everyone," as the tagline goes.
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This magnificent building, with its golden-domed clock tower and Renaissance revival architecture speaks of a vibrant reawakening in art, literature and learning.
All of the painted detail work on the brick Renaissance Revival mansion is made of cast iron.
The Elizabethan Renaissance Revival townhouse was previously a co-op divided into several apartments, according to PropertyShark.
D'vatz is also attracted to the Renaissance revival.
Their author, Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499), is justly famous as the man whose Latin translations of the dialogues of Plato in 1484 played a major role in the Renaissance revival of that author.