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  • Right and Wrong Appendix II: Reynolds' Disappointment Appendix III: Classical Architecture Appendix IV: Subtlety of Hand Appendix V This work was published
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  • Paths by John Ruskin Appendix III: Classical Architecture 187310The Two Paths — Appendix III: Classical ArchitectureJohn Ruskin This passage in the
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  • callosum. In architecture, a small flat face or band used principally between moldings to separate them from each other in classical architecture; in the Gothic
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  • decorated with views of classical buildings, Stuart's mind may have been thus first directed to the study of classical architecture. At the age of thirteen
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  • such as 'Coriolanus' or 'Virginius,' which required a knowledge of classical architecture. Marshall was the first to introduce the limelight on the stage
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  • examination was its residential character, as the knowledge of classical architecture in England was derived exclusively from the remains of public buildings
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Bonomi, Giuseppi (category 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica articles about architecture)
    casting vote. Bonomi was largely responsible for the revival of classical architecture in England. His most famous work was the Italian villa at Roseneath
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  • possible. His more ambitious designs for country seats are in the classical architecture of the period. De Morgan speaks of his ‘Arithmetic’ as a ‘surveyor's
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  • best known by his fine drawings in water-colours of the remains of classical architecture, in which the figures were often inserted by Antonio Zucchi. As
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Hypotrachelium (category 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica articles about architectural elements)
    HYPOTRACHELIUM (Gr. ὑπoτραχήλιον, the lower part of the neck, τράχηλοs), in classical architecture, the space between the annulet of the echinus and the upper bed
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  • apprenticeship as sculptor he travelled and studied the remains of classical architecture, endeavouring to determine its principles by the aid of Vitruvius's
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  • monolithic granite Corinthian columns, is a fine example of modern classical architecture; the Kurhaus (1865); the magnificent Kaiserbad, built in 1895 in
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  • exhibitioner from the academy of Madrid, both, like Tatham, students of classical architecture. Tatham's chief friends during his stay in Italy were Canova, Madame
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  • Greece, Etruria, and Rome; for, although there is an early period of classical architecture—the Pelasgic, whose Cyclopean masonry and corbeled vaulting betray
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  • Christian apostle. All classical architecture, all classical sculpture, the larger part of classical painting, and no small part of classical poetry, are directly
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  • may be presumed that the wooden superstructure of the shrine, the classical architecture of which has puzzled many critics, was a portion of the work renewed
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  • written incessantly. Not content with producing several books on classical and architectural subjects, he had carefully studied botany and geology. He investigated
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  • must be remembered that the facilities for studying the detail of classical architecture in England were in 1663 very limited. Few books were then available
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  • Influence of Imagination in Architecture 187306The Two Paths — Lecture IV: Influence of Imagination in ArchitectureJohn Ruskin LECTURE IV. INFLUENCE
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  • been supposed to be, among other things, a protest in favour of classical architecture against the aggression of Gothic, at that time overwhelmingly manifest
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