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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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adding a picture-gallery decorated in a Neo-Classical style, a sculpture-gallery, another picture-gallery in the Greek style, a Hindoo Room, an Egyptian Revival Room (with furniture in an extraordinarily powerful Graeco-Egyptian style designed by himself), a Flaxman Room lo show off works by John Flaxman (1755-1826), and various other rooms for the display of Greek vases.
RESTORATION PLAN: The impressive interior of Drapers Hall and (below) the outside of the 1830s neo-classical building
The evening will begin with Paul Hindemith's Symphonic Metamorphoses on themes of Carl Maria von Weber (1943), a neo-classical impression of the work of the nineteenth century master.
View consists of a pair of observation deck style binoculars, one on each side of the river, fitted with colored lenses that add "expressive" color to views from a dock near the Bear Mountain Bridge and a belvedere at Boscobel, a grand neo-classical mansion outside Garrison.
Although the neo-classical paradigm dominates economic policy, other approaches have been articulated not only by economists but by sociologists as well.
Getting your skates on Somerset House in London has transformed its neo-classical courtyard into an open-air ice-rink for the festive season.
Innkeepers Joe and Gwen Bankovich have restored the neo-classical manor house, originally built in 1832, to its former grandeur while making sure guests enjoy all the modern conveniences.
In the weeks leading up to the 2001 Federal Budget, it was a pleasure to step back from the immediate political process to read a scholarly critique of neo-classical economics that underpins the economic rationalism endemic to our times.
To step into this austere, extraordinary, neo-classical church is to be made vividly to recall the hymn: "Day is done, but Light Unending dwells ever here.
Many differences must be explained by the evident fact that the illustrious Serve left numerous things out, either because he was not interested or because they did not fit in with the neo-classical image in his mind, and even altered details after the fact in order in report what he would have liked to be rather than what was.
Living in the neo-classical to Romantic transition period, Newton composed hundreds of hymns with contemporary appeal for the laity but valuable also as literary compositions--the most enduring of them "Faith's Review and Expectation" or "Amazing Grace.
Coupled with the Sinfonia are Arnold Schoenberg's chamber arrangement of Johann Strauss's Kaiser Waltz, a fairly well-known adaptation; and Ernest Bloch's Four Episodes, something I can only describe as modernistic, neo-classical, programmatic impressionism.