Neoclassical

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Neoclassical

Refers to a rebirth of classicism in the architecture of Europe and America during the late 18th and 19th centuries. Characterized by the widespread use of Greek and Roman architectural orders and decorative motifs, strong geometric compositions, and shallow relief in ornamental detail.
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Promoting local talent is one thing, but Barak, a former NYCB dancer, has only a handful of ballets under her belt and apparently little awareness of anything beyond the realm of cloying neo-classic symmetry.
Today, Elegan Art stores one of the largest collections of neo-classic, baroque and contemporary furniture in showrooms located in Istanbul, Kazakhstan, Erbil, and Dubai.
His solos on Por Bella Que Eras Blues, Guajiron, and Un Mundo Cruel were quite reminiscent of that neo-classic period in Latin music.
This mirror-less structure allows for an extremely thin neo-classic body design and significantly reduces the size of the G1 by 35% and its weight by 26%.
Its austere, lat-faced form is relieved at the corners and along the sides by neo-classic pilasters, or columns, set onto the surface.
Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at Sultanahmet has been created from a century-old neo-classic Turkish prison.
"I have found a lot of new designs in various styles at the fair, such as Mediterranean, country and neo-classic," said Ms Tang Yong Qi, Designer for Shanghai Laiqi Household Products from China.
Available in the choice of either black or white high-gloss pearl glass paint, the 500 Gucci sets the stage for a neo-classic black and white film.
The neo-classic MTV2 game show will also feature the talents of celebs like Wu-Tang's Ghostface Killah.
There are differences between the conventional economics and neo-classic economics approaches on environmental issues.
The most exciting one I have seen is YSL's Fuchsia Neo-Classic, from the Baby Doll collection.
Carter's music by this time had moved well beyond the tonal, neo-classic style of his earlier works.