Burlingtonian style


An architectural movement, primarily in England between 1710 and 1760, set up in reaction to the Baroque style of architecture; marked by the rediscovery of works of Inigo Jones and the earlier works of Andrea Palladio. Occasionally called Burlingtonian style or Palladian Revival.
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