Neoclassical

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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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Throughout this chapter, Audissino's analysis of the shark's theme, as well as examples of Mickey Mousing, leitmotifs, and a rich romantic string sound all further reinforce Williams's early neoclassic beginnings.
All DiMora Neoclassics models will surround the driver and passenger with luxurious Italian leather seats, English Wilton wool carpets, and fiber optic interior accent lighting.
These questions will be analyzed with more detail in the following section, opposing the regulation school conceptual framework with the one of the neoclassic theory.
During the neoclassic period there was a great influence from ancient Greece and Rome.
The redevelopment project will integrate the great scale of the building and its Neoclassic details with the latest information and circulation technologies and focus on the area between the post office and its extension, converting it to a great concourse incorporating the western facade.
They reflect life in New England and the mid-Atlatic regions, where British influence was strong in early decades, then rivaled in art by Italian neoclassic styles.
Other notable shopping areas in Buenos Aires are Galerias Pacifico, a mall and entertainment center in a lovely neoclassic building that was once a train station; Paseo Aicorta, Patio Bullrich, Alto Palermo and El Solar de la Abadia.
She wasn't a typical hip-hop artist, or a neoclassic jazz or soul diva, or a (black) chick with guitar singer/songwriter.
I also wish that she had commented on Robert Stern's postmodern housing for Rockwell's art, a witty fusion of squeaky-clean Colonial revival and sophisticated Neoclassic detail.
And by gracefully accepting its inability to pin down Behn, Chernaik's study enjoys a final slight disordering of its neoclassic equilibrium.
The Orange County Regional History Center, a restored neoclassic 1927 courthouse with 40,000 square feet of exhibition and educational programming space, is scheduled for completion in 1999.
Incised channeling encircles the backs of Neoclassic dining chairs.