Neoclassical Style

Some articles on neoclassical style, style, neoclassical:

Henry Holland (architect) - Early Work
... stories high, nine bays wide, in a plain neoclassical style, of stone, with a tetrastyle Ionic portico, the building was altered in 1914, the pediment on the portico was ... of him using Gothic Revival architecture and the neoclassical style Drawing Room being the only significant interior to survive more or less as Holland designed it ... Build of yellow brick and Portland stone in a Palladian style similar to his early country houses ...
Manzana De La Rivera - Houses of La Manzana
... Built by the architect Clari at the beginnings of the 20th century with a late Art Nouveau style ... with “Casa Clari” was built in 1912 in a neoclassical style ... It was built in 1998 in a neoclassic style ...
Spanish Architecture - Neoclassical Style
... pupils Antonio López Aguado and Isidro González Velázquez spread the Neoclassical style through the center of the country ...
Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala - The City
... Joseph), constructed during the 18th century in Baroque style ... The interior is decorated in Neoclassical style with a Latin cross layout although there are still some Baroque and Churrigueresque altars ... The main altar is Neoclassical but with an altarpiece which is Baroque ...
Georg Ludwig Friedrich Laves
... Karl Friedrich Schinkel in Prussia and Leo von Klenze in Bavaria, one of the most renowned neoclassical style architects of Germany ... of Herrenhausen Castle (Schloss Herrenhausen) in neoclassical style, about 1820/21 (destroyed in World War II) Palmenhaus ("Palm-house"), a conservatory, built between 1846 and 1849 ... Persondata Name Laves, Georg Ludwig Friedrich Alternative names Short description Leading neoclassical style German architect, civil engineer and urban planner of the Kingdom of Hanover Date ...

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