Renaissance Revival


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Renaissance Revival

A term occasionally used as a synonym for Italian Renaissance Revival.
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Captain Pabst's home is known as the finest Flemish renaissance revival mansion in America, boasting 37 rooms, 12 baths and 14 fireplaces.
He founded The Society of Painters in Tempera, which involved painting with pigment in egg white rather than oil, and used it in a renaissance revival.
Stroll the 2,000-student campus today and you see the world Millikan and Hale cajoled donors to create: laboratories, classrooms, and dormitories housed in Spanish renaissance revival buildings of melting loveliness.
The range of skills corresponded to the range of devices made, including automata (essay VIII), from the Renaissance revival of Greek and Roman mechanism, through Ramelli's wonderful devices, including hydraulically operated singing birds, Bullmann's music-making androids, all the way to Vaucanson's musicians and his excreting duck, and the writing, sketching, and clavichord playing automata of Jacquet-Droz, father and son.
The Spanish Renaissance Revival hotel incorporated the talents of New York architects John Carrere and Thomas Hastings (New York Public Library) and Bernard Maybeck (Palace of the Fine Arts, San Francisco), interiors and stained glass by Louis Comfort Tiffany, murals by George Maynard and steam power and electricity by Thomas Edison.
The hotel was built in the Renaissance Revival style and the most notable (and fully restored) interior features of the original building include green marble wainscoting, wood paneling and ornamental brass elevator lobby doors.
Designed in a Renaissance Revival style, the classic brick and limestone 11-story building has undergone a complete transformation to 79 units "offering a modern twist on traditional living.
Francis to design the Phoenix Building near the Upper Common, and the architect designed it in the Renaissance Revival style.
In an "Excursus" on "Painting for Pleasure," Gibson, an established scholar of comic painting, exuberantly details the antique roots and Renaissance revival of painting without overweening moral ambition.
Following a $7-million improvement project (new sidewalks, plantings, and the like), which it amply deserved, it's a solid and handsome commercial district, where buildings like the Renaissance revival Babbitt Brothers Trading Company (which dates from 1888) and the Spanish colonial Monte Vista Hotel testify to Flagstaff's former importance as the center of a prosperous ranching and logging region.
The district contains a range of commercial architectural styles from the 1880s to the 1950s, including Italianate, Beaux-arts, Sullivanesque, Neo-classical Revival, Renaissance Revival, Art Moderne and Art Deco.
Perhaps the most stunning feature of this hotel is its Atrium, a communal lounge area and bar, it has been restored and features a Renaissance Revival glass ceiling.