Orchardson, who was born and trained in Scotland, became one of the most acclaimed artists of the High Victorian
Lady Gaga, nominated for best pop vocal album for "Joanne" showed up in a Goth-inspired Armani gown in midnight black with a high Victorian
collar, sparkling lace and a voluminous train.
Among a myriad of period features are the main front door and grand staircase, ornate cornicing, decorative stonework, deep skirting, polished wooden floors, open fireplaces and shuttered windows typical of the High Victorian
The result was that Pearson became one of the principal exponents of what historians now call high Victorian
gothic, with its emphasis on mass, geometry and unbroken wall planes, strongly influenced by Continental precedents.
A SORRY sight greets drinkers looking out of the high Victorian
windows of the King's Head bar on Huddersfield station.
Behind the high Victorian
wall is a potager with structured geometric patterns laid with neat formal stone pathways and raised beds, greenhouse and shed.
The hall's beautiful High Victorian
neo-gothic design and solid but romantic style fulfilled the aspirations of the wealthy owner.
The 16,531 square-foot facility is typical of the high Victorian
Gothic style of its time, and it would be converted into ten residential apartments with a 2,000 square-foot retail space on the ground floor.
The vase was created part of one of the pre-emtural and decorative com19th century - the restorvelopment of Cardiff Cornate Medieval and Island for the 3rd Marquesand Burges shared an eantiquarian subjects anpassion for the Middle AgBurges was one of the tects and artists of his daing the High Victorian
exuberance of Cardiff and Castell Coch, the osttion of Mount Stuart on Isle of Bute and the sumtuous restoration of thRenaissance Falkland Palace.
Art sewing stressed the inventiveness of the embroiderer and responded against Berlin wool-work--a high Victorian
style of embellishment.
Perhaps the new structure is a monument to the High Victorian
Gothic building and clock tower that occupied the hilltop perch for more than a century.
Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) was one of the most talented designers of the High Victorian