Greek revival


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Greek revival:

see classic revivalclassic revival,
widely diffused phase of taste (known as neoclassic) which influenced architecture and the arts in Europe and the United States during the last years of the 18th and the first half of the 19th cent.
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His taste in choosing the Greek Revival style was not unusual for its time (around 1837).
Appendices include a speculation on power and sex in Greek Revival America, questions about columns, and a gazetteer of important Greek revival buildings in the United States today.
There, amid the grand Greek Revival columns and crystal chandeliers, the eccentric writer dreamed up iconic New York party girl Holly Golightly from "Breakfast at Tiffany's".
With a medieval castle, a Greek Revival villa and thirty acres of stunning Grade I gardens linking the two, there's plenty to occupy lively children.
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This is a Greek revival church that was bombed in the second world war.
Three-and-a-half centuries of history are alive and well on the streets of Providence, as evident in the scores of immaculately preserved colonial, federal, Greek revival and Victorian houses located throughout the city.
Garrity, who transformed her own 130-year-old Greek revival fixer-upper, will show you how to transform your home into a Greek revival, a colorful colonial, a craftsman or even a cozy cottage.
Crosland Lodge, Crosland Moor, a Greek revival house built between 1830 and 1850 for George Crosland, woollen manufacturer and banker.
True, not many dancers embraced a Greek revival or ran around in artfully swirling, near-transparent draperies.
Antebellum America is on display at the Belle Meade Plantation, a Greek Revival mansion built in 1853.