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gothic revival architecture wikipedia - gothic revival also referred to as victorian gothic or neo gothic is an architectural movement that began in the late 1740s in england its popularity grew rapidly in the early 19th century when increasingly serious and learned admirers of neo gothic styles sought to revive medieval gothic architecture in contrast to the neoclassical styles prevalent at the time, victorian gothic ontario architecture - the most prominent type of victorian architecture in ontario was the house whether it was a large farm in the country a small worker s cottage or a town house in a growing urban center the one thing you could count on with victorian design was that there was always a lot going on, antique furniture victorian modern gothic american - antiques from the drawing room of newport furniture antique chairs gothic mirrors tables newport ri, architectual styles taelmanhomes com - victorian victorian architecture is a broad term used to describe the more defined styles within the period which was quite popular from about 1820 to the early 1900 s, a study of gothic subculture what is gothic origins - origins of gothic there s a very thorough article about the history and growth of the gothic movement called undead undead undead that appeared in alternative press in november of 1994 this article is posted in the news articles section, gothic architecture characteristics history - characteristics of gothic architecture gothic art evolved out of romanesque art and lasted from the mid 12th century up to the late 16th century in some areas of germany architecture was the main art form of the gothic and the main structural characteristics of gothic architectural design stemmed from the efforts of medieval masons to solve the problems associated with supporting heavy, the victorian period in england britainexpress com - the victorian period history and daily life in victorian england including famous people victorian london and victorian attractions to visit, folk victorian houses photos styles architecture old - folk and vernacular victorian folk victorian refers to a style of american home that is relatively plain in its construction but embellished with decorative trim, gothic elements in the strange case of dr jekyll and mr - by charlotte barrett the relationship between scientific discourse and the victorian gothic is greatly emphasised when reading robert louis stevenson s 1886 novella the strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde the work is now associated with the mental condition of a split personality where two personalities of differing character reside in one person, victorian houses of mississippi sherry pace - victorian houses of mississippi sherry pace on amazon com free shipping on qualifying offers although mississippi s antebellum architecture has received wide attention its late nineteenth century architectural legacy often goes unrecognized in 187 full color photographs victorian houses of mississippi showcases a selection of 143 houses that exemplify victorian tastes in residential, english literature early victorian verse britannica com - english literature early victorian verse despite the growing prestige and proliferation of fiction this age of the novel was in fact also an age of great poetry alfred tennyson made his mark very early with poems chiefly lyrical 1830 and poems 1832 dated 1833 publications that led some critics to hail him as the natural successor to keats and shelley, characteristics of victorian era literature novels and poetry - as is quite evident from the title the kind of literature that evolved during the reign of queen victoria is famously known as the victorian era literature the literature of the victorian age 1837 1901 entered a new period after the romantic revival, the victorian age atuttascuola - the victorian commedy there is a gap in the history of the english theatre between 1700 and the late 19th century this situation can be explained by several factors such as the popularity of novel and the fact that actors were still considered as men of little respectability