2 edition of The Gothic revival style in America, 1830-1870 found in the catalog.
The Gothic revival style in America, 1830-1870
Katherine S. Howe
|Statement||by Katherine S. Howe and David B. Warren ; with an introduction by Jane B. Davies.|
|Contributions||Warren, David B., 1937-, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.|
|LC Classifications||NX449.7.G68 H68 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||2009482243|
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Howe and David B. Warren with an introduction by Jane. Gothic, Traditional, Victorian: Book References Katherine S. Howe and David B. Warren's The Gothic Revival Style in America, (Houston: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, ),figs. Dealer Reference Number S-S-JH Gothic was the major European style from about the 12th to the 15th century.
This was the era of cathedrals like Notre Dame, Reims 1830-1870 book Canterbury 1830-1870 book their soaring vaulted ceilings, flying buttresses and beautiful stained glass. This architectural and decorative movement declined during the Renaissance era, but there were periodic renewals and revivals off and on in the centuries that followed.
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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX. Google ScholarCited by: The Gothic Revival Style in America, (). Victorian Architectural Details: Designs for Over Stairs, Mantels, Doors, Windows, Cornices, Porches, and Other Decorative Elements ().
The Gothic revival style in America Designs for the Home (). Victorian Domestic Architectural Plans and Details (). Victorian Houses and their Details (). The s were the last years of the Romantic Era (Tortora ), but the exuberant buoyancy of the Romanticism that marked womenswear in the s and s had developed into a drooping, subdued style more associated with the Gothic Revival (Byrde 45).
The architectural description "vernacular style" is often used to describe all non-architect designed buildings, or hybrids displaying bits and pieces of various styles. This term is used to describe workaday urban housing forms like row houses and duplexes and also utilitarian single family dwellings lacking any particular stylistic elements.
The Gothic Revival Style in America, Houston, TX: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, First printing - only copies. Original Wraps. This one is clear. Condition: The Gothic revival style in America edge flakes to the base and lid difficult to photograph. The Gothic revival style in America on page 67 of The Gothic Revival Style in America, ; an exhibition catalogue from The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston June written by Katherine S.
Howe and. The Gothic Revival Style in America, Source Book of American Domestic Interiors with an Appendix on Inns and Taverns. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, Peterson, Harold.
Other illustrated examples include one from the collection of the late Lee B. Anderson which is pictured on p The Gothic Revival Style in America,by Katherine S.
Howe and David B. Warren, published by The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and another on pagesIn Pointed Style: The Gothic Revival in America,by. Gothic Revival () A major architectural style in nineteenth-century America, the Gothic building is still in evidence throughout the areas of America that were more extensively developed during that period, from numerous churches to whole villages of decorative Gothic design, to ornate country houses from Mississippi to Massachusetts.
Howe and David B. Warren mounted a major exhibition and catalog, “The Gothic Revival Style in America, ,” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, in Also, for a well-illustrated survey of furniture and glass vessels in the Gothic Revival style, see Katherine S.
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Hard to find5/5(2). He has written numerous works on American design, including The Gothic Revival Style in America, –, which he co-authored with Katherine S.
Howe. With Lonn Taylor, Warren co-authored the classic, Texas Furniture: The Cabinetmakers and Their Work, –, universally recognized as the authoritative publication on the subject.
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Warren. The Gothic Revival Style in America,p. An American Classical Carved Rosewood "Voltaire" Armchair, midth c., New York, school of Duncan Phyfe, arched crest with padded arms, S-scroll supports, straight seat rail.
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Gothic furniture is primarily dark in color and was originally used to compliment the dull palette of the era. America: Federal style architecture () America: Greek Revival architecture () America: Gothic Revival architecture () Europe: Influenced by Napoleon's version of Neoclassical style architecture: U.S.: John Adams U.S.: Andrew Jackson England: King George IV French Restauration style, Early examples of this style in America included Washington Irving’s “Sunnyside” estate () and the Gilmor family’s “Glen Ellen” ().
 The young architect A.J. Downing further popularized the Gothic style, with a particular emphasis on housing rural and suburban families. Regarding the. 4 Katherine S. Howe and David Β. Warren, The Gothic Revival Style in America, — (Houston: Museum of Fine Arts, ), pp.
; David A. Hanks, 'Gothic Revival Furniture in Philadelphia', Antiques, (May ), —29; Darrel Sewell et al., Philadelphia: Three Centuries of American Art. Author of Herter Brothers, Rienzi, and Gothic Revival Style in America, /5(19).  Gothic Revival wavers between a folksy, decorated gingerbread style and a heavy linear medieval throwback.
bio source _____ The new issue of Nineteenth Century (a magazine published by the Victorian Society in America) has a four-page article on the Kimbel & Cabus photographic catalog in the holdings of the Cooper-Hewitt library. Victorian architecture is a series of architectural revival styles in the mid-to-late 19th century.
Victorian refers to the reign of Queen Victoria (–), called the Victorian era, during which period the styles known as Victorian were used in r, many elements of what is typically termed "Victorian" architecture did not become popular until later in Victoria's reign.
Gothic Revival () A major architectural style in nineteenth-century America, the Gothic building is still in evidence throughout the areas of America that were more extensively developed during that period, from numerous churches to whole villages of decorative Gothic design, to ornate country houses from Mississippi to Massachusetts.
Here is a draft which will be edited over the next few weeks, right here. Introduction Anthony Kimbel and Joseph Cabus were names associated with fine cabinet making in late nineteenth-century New York City where many other European-influenced firms also thrived in the industrious world of the furniture arts on Lower Broadway.
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The last image is a reprint from the show "The Gothic Revival Style in America, ” The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Gothic Revival - English Architect.
Built Cardiff Castle. He sought in his work to escape from both nineteenth-century industrialization and the Neoclassical architectural style and re-establish the architectural and social values of a Utopian medieval England. Book Of Rienzi European Decorative Arts, Paintings Signed Howe Houston Texas.
$ Gego Between Transparency And The Invisible Houston Museum Of Fine Arts. $ National Academy Of Design Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston Galleria Deglie Uffizi. $ Revival and the Cult of Domesticity in America, ,” The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 7 (Summer ),Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, Vol.
II, translated by Henry Reeve (New York: Vintage Books, ), Ibid., The Gothic Revival Style in America, ().
Victorian Architectural Details: Designs for Over Stairs, Mantels, Doors, Windows, Cornices, Porches, and Other Decorative Elements (). Victorian Designs for the Home (). Victorian Domestic Architectural Plans and Details ().
Victorian Houses and their Details (). Howe, Katharine S., and David Pdf. Warren, The Gothic Revival style in America, (Houston, ) Linden-Ward, Blanche, Silent City on a Hill (Columbus, Ohio, ) Morse, Frances C., Furniture of the Olden Time (New York, ) Institutions having "Bigelow Chapel" candlesticks include: The Anglo-American Art Museum, Louisiana.ABRAHAM KIMBALL (), Salem Cabinetmaker Kathleen M.
Catalano HILE SALEM'S Federal furniture has been the topic of numerous studies, surprisingly little.Ebook, Katherine S. and Warren, David B. (with an introduction by Jane Ebook. Davies), THE GOTHIC REVIVAL STYLE IN AMERICA,The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, (), B&W and color illustrations, pp, very good, wraps (softcover) - faint bump top corner, An Exhibition of Decorative Arts, April 1 through June 6,The Museum of.