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Pictures and History of Gothic Revival Architecture
Join us for a photo tour of Gothic Revival architecture in England and the United States.
Masonry Gothic Revival House - Architecture - About.com
Photo of the Gothic Revival Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, New York with resources for learning about the Gothic Revival house style.
High Victorian Gothic Revival - Architecture - About.com
Not surprisingly, Victorian High Gothic Revival architecture was usually reserved for churches, museums, rail stations, and grand public buildings. Private homes ...
Gothic Revival Farmhouses - Architecture - About.com
On America's modest wooden farmhouses, Gothic Revival ideas were suggested in the shape of the roof and window moldings. On the house shown here, ...
Romantic Gothic Revival - Architecture - About.com
Most Gothic Revival homes in the 1800s were romantic adaptations of medieval architecture. Delicate wooden ornaments and other decorative details ...
Wood-Framed Gothic Revival House - Architecture - About.com
Photo of a wood-framed Gothic Revival home with links to information about Victorian Gothic Revival and Carpenter Gothic architecture.
Brick Gothic Revival - Architecture - About.com
Victorian Gothic House in Fredericksburg, Virginia - Photo: Jupiterimages Corporation ... The earliest Victorian Gothic Revival homes were built of stone.
The Gothic Revival Lyndhurst Estate - Architecture - About.com
Lynhurst estate is an example of lavish Gothic Revival architecture. Learn about the architectural style in the U.S..
Victorian Gothic Revival Architecture - Lyndhurst in Tarrytown New ...
Gothic ideas never completely vanished. During the nineteenth century, builders created an eclectic Victorian style and Gothic Revival was born.
Neo-Gothic Architecture - The Neo-Gothic Tribune Tower in Chicago
Gothic Revival was a Victorian style inspired by Gothic cathedrals and other medieval architecture. In the early twentieth century, Gothic Revival ideas were ...