Neoclassicism Reading Guide
Neoclassicism Reading Guide ENVD 3114
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Date Created: 10/14/15
Friday December 18 y Week 8 Ch 13 Neoclassicism History of Buildings arcaded characterized by a series of arches on columns or piers either free standing or attached to a wall a covered walk lined with shops and offices and lit from the top Christopher Wren builder of St Stephen Walbrook London in 1680 St Paul Inigo Jones 16031625 creator of most successful classical projects designed Queen s House and Covent Garden Square London s first coordinated urban plan St Paul s London 16801710 influenced by St Stephen s cross scheme dome on ring of corinthean columns 3 layers interior hemisphere dome over crossing concealed conical dome to support lantern hemispherical basilicais with choir exterior dome as long as nave Karlskirche Vienna 17203 tall oval dome and side belfries with bulging crowns resembling Boroque two the sides of classical historiated columns on temple front Friday December 18 y Vierzehnheiligen Bavaria 1723 bulging entry bay 2 tall bell towers interior colored marbles undulating balconies angels and rococo ornament colorful 39 39 columns curves Parson Capen Massechusetts late 1683 parsonage for the local Congregational Church jetties on front pilastered chimney casemate windows English style Friday December 18 y Carpenter s Hall Philadelphia 1770 The First Continental Conoress of the United Colonies of North America met here symmetrical Georgian Scottish style Blenheim near Oxford 1704 classical motifs aristocratic residence and national monument Ushaped forecourt double pediment clerestory urns volutes sculptural chimneys bust of Louis XIV Chiswick House Chiswick 1725 cubical base supporting octagonal drum dome pedimented porch recessed arches obelisks on sides double set of bifurcated stairs at entry french style gallery in back which contradicted Palladian simplicity
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