When comparing the Gothic architecture of the Middle Ages, from the 12th century to the 15th century, the fundamental difference is that the Gothic Revival Style is strictly concerned with the architectural features, rather than trying to recreate a Gothic building. Most often there was the tendency of only reviving the pointed opening, buttress, and other decorative motifs. These include the rose window, lancet, label moulding, and crenellation. 1840 - 1880
Also known as 'STYLE TROUBADOUR'. A renewed interest in mediaeval art during the 18th and 19th centuries.
and from 1760 Gothic-style tracery appeared on work by Thomas chippendale and others. The 19thC Gothic Revival started with poorly executed and over-elaborate Gothic motifs on European furniture and metalwork, dubbed by the Victorians as abbotsford style and known as Troubadour style in France and Dantesque in Italy. British architect Augustus pugin reacted against this excess in the 1830s, with more authentic methods of construction and decoration. Later furniture designers who followed his lead include William burges, William morris, Bruce talbert, and Charles eastlake.
a style of architecture inspired by the buildings of the later middle ages, typically characterized by steeply-pitched roofs, pointed arches, asymmetrical massing, towers, and applied tracery-derived decoration. It was particularly popular in the United States from the late 1830s through the Civil War for its picturesque qualities and its moral (ecclesiastical) associations.
A nineteenth century revival of the mediaeval gothic style of architecture and art. It is characterised by asymmetry and steep verticality of structural and decorative elements such as pointed arches, spires and pitched roofs.
A housing style from 1840-1860 with deep gables, dormers, arched windows, and all forms of gingerbread .
Architectural style based of the original Gothic period in the European Middle Ages. The revival style features pointed arches in window and door openings, tracery in windows, battlements, vaults, cross gables and ornate decoration. Gothic Revival was particularly popular with churches and university buildings (Collegiate Gothic) and homes (Carpenter Gothic).
A return to the architectural principals of the Middle Ages.
the period of fashionable building in REVIVAL GOTHIC, mainly in the 19th century.
A style influenced by medieval and Gothic influences popular in the mid-1800s, characterized by lines flowing up to a pointed arch and other Gothic architectural features.
The architectural style of the Middle Ages which had a revival in this country in the Romantic Era, 1825-1860.
Jewelry that evokes the feeling of medieval Europe in its use of styles, symbols, and motifs. It began in the 18th century as part of the romantic movement.
Style influenced by Gothic and medieval influences popular in the mid-1800s, this style is characterized by lines flowing up to a pointed arch or other architectural features.
An architectural and decorative style popular in America during the mid-nineteenth century. It romanticized the design vocabulary of the medieval period, using elements such as pointed arches and trefoils (three-leaf motifs).
A mid-1800s style inspired by Gothic and medieval influences. Characteristics of flowing slender piers up to pointed arch vaulting, buttressing and other Gothic cathedral architecture features from 12th - 16th century northern France and then Europe. Characteristic furniture forms includelarge, heavy pieces with generously carved Gothic architectural motifs. Chests were banded in decorative wrought iron. X-framed chairs trestle tables, and estate beds are other Gothic items.