Queen Anne style

Queen Anne style

(1875–1890)
Similar to high Victorian, an exuberant and eclectic style in texture, form, and massing. Based on Elizabethan andJacobean precedents, brick and stone were combined in bold contrast with tall thin chimneys, multiple gables, complex roof shapes and turrets, towers, and bay windows, all with small-scale detailing.

Queen Anne style

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1. English architecture during the reign of Queen Anne, from 1702 to 1714; primarily country houses and many houses in the suburbs of London, often of red brick. Characterized by a dignified simplicity and moderateness in scale; avoidance of the appearance of massiveness; hipped roofs hidden behind parapets; sash windows.
2. An eclectic style of domestic architecture primarily of the 1870s and 1880s in England and the United States; misnamed after Queen Anne; actually based on country-house and cottage Elizabethan architecture. A blending of Tudor Gothic, English Renaissance, Flemish, (and in the United States on Colonial elements), houses in this style usually are characterized by an asymmetrical façade with emphasis on verticality; often, a front-facing gable; commonly, timber-framed and irregular in plan and elevation; decorative trusses, bracketed posts, gingerbread in the form of spindlework, finials, and cast-iron cresting; textured shingles, masonry with variations in wall surface treatment and color; carved ornamentation, and patterned horizontal siding; contrasting wall materials used in combination with the various stories decorated differently;
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A fairly new property, having been built in 2017 was constructed in a Queen Anne style - an English baroque style of build popular in the late 19th century.
Richmond built a spectacular Victorian farmhouse in Florence, California, in the Queen Anne style. It too is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and it serves as an architectural and historical "resource of major local significance."
Built in 1908, University House was originally a student hall of residence designed in the Queen Anne style.
The Queen Anne style residence dates back to the early 1900s and still has many of the glass leaded stained glass windows and other period details which only enhances its external and internal appeal.
Built in the Domestic Revival and Queen Anne style, half-timbered with ornamental red brick facings and carvings, the house includes oak joinery, ornate plastered ceilings and stained-glass windows.
wide Queen Anne style townhouse originally built in the 1890s and reconstructed (except the facade) from scratch in 2013.
Built in the last quarter of the 19th century in Worcester, these Queen Anne style buildings grew like dandelions, fueled by further donations and growing need.
The original eclectic exterior of the building, described as the Queen Anne style with Richardsonian Romanesque and Sullivanesque relief ornamentation, had round turrets on three of the building s corners.
Designed by revolutionary domestic architect Norman Shaw in the Queen Anne style, the Grade IP-listed building stands out as one of the most important existing examples of Shaw's work.
Darius Moon saved his most exuberant detailing for the residences he executed in the Queen Anne style. A prime example of this is the Rogers-Carrier House.
The cover photograph is of Leithdale, a house in the suburbs of Perth, built in 1896 in Federation Queen Anne style. From 1920 to 1940-41 it was owned by by Mollie Skinner and her partner, Nellie Beakbane, and functioned as a boarding house.
FROM the photograph these appear to be a pair of Queen Anne style dining chairs, probably made at the beginning of the 20th century.