The Town Hall bears features typical of the twentieth century revival of Neo-classicism
In contrast to Neo-Classicism
, Baroque art and architecture seemed grotesque, excessive and out of control.
>> cannot have a definite meaning until << classicism >> has a definite meaning.
128); the theme is central to Dominique Bertrand's recent work on laughter in French neo-classicism
(Dire le rire a l'age classique (Aix-en-Provence: University de Provence, 1995)), which is curiously absent from the volume.
At New York City Ballet, she and Peter Martins epitomized the coolest, loftiest principles of neo-classicism
(think the pure whiteness of Balanchine's Chaconne).
Cellist Kate Gould explained that it had some neo-classicism
, some Russian chant, harmonic dissonance alongside conventional harmony - and some echoes of Shostakovich.
This new building will have the gothic marvel of the Weatherspoons bar to one side, the elegant neo-classicism
of the Literary and Philosophical Society opposite and the stylish turn-of-the-century commercial grandeur of the Collingwood Buildings alongside.
Quite the contrary, as a small group of drawings at Marlborough revealed; he actively repudiated the debased version of neo-classicism
taught in French art schools at the end of the nineteenth century.
He takes us from the origins of Imperial Neo-Classicism
up to its demise in favour of the Neo-Gothic and Indo-Saracenic, while never losing sight of why the buildings are there in the first place.
Brisk, refined and very urgent, Jag's sinewy GT still makes you feel special, still turns plenty of heads and has, over the years, assumed a rather pleasant neo-classicism
all of its own.
Landscapes became a subject by themselves until neo-classicism
appeared, bringing again a new reading of the past, as Italian artists had done in previous centuries (461).