Neoclassical Revival

Neoclassical Revival

A mode of architecture primarily since about 1965; a rather free interpretation of the Neoclassical style with little attempt to emulate the original style accurately; usually has a pedimented portico with full-height columns.
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The decorative motifs on the building, the swags in cast stone, and particularly the urns on the roof are all part of a neoclassical revival style that flourished in the United States during several periods of American history.
The present building was built in 1938-1939 in the Neoclassical Revival style.
Ten yea s ago, when Mike McRee made arrangements to take over the Old Elks Club Building in downtown Jackson, he had big plans for the unassuming, three-story Neoclassical Revival brick building.
Initially famous for its role in the neoclassical revival of the mid-to-late 18th century, the company adapted its wares to survive through the Regency and Victorian ages, going on to collaborate with some of the leading artists and designers of the 20th century.
Peter Klenow and Andres Rodriguez, University of Chicago, "The Neoclassical Revival in Growth Economics: Has it Gone too Far?