The Romanesque Revival

Religion, Politics, and Transnational Exchange by Kathleen Curran

Publisher: Pennsylvania State University Press

Written in English
Cover of: The Romanesque Revival | Kathleen Curran
Published: Pages: 364 Downloads: 706
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Subjects:

  • History of ideas, intellectual history,
  • Victorian Italianate & Romanesque revival,
  • Architecture,
  • Religion,
  • Europe,
  • USA,
  • History - General,
  • History - Specific Styles,
  • Romanesque revival (Architectu,
  • Romanesque revival (Architecture)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages364
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10284175M
ISBN 100271022159
ISBN 109780271022154

Ahrens Building is an early example of Romanesque Revival adapted to a steel-frame building, designed by George H. Griebel. Its design blends polychrome brick, terra cotta and metal over a limestone base (though the limestone is largely obscured by the current storefront).   Romanesque Revival in Brooklyn In New York — particularly in Brooklyn — row houses soon followed the Romanesque style of churches, public buildings and mansions. The rusticated look easily lent itself to the constraints of a smaller facade while still allowing for great variety in ornament and an abundance of detail. The Romanesque Revival architectural style originated in Europe in the early 19th century. Buildings in this style are based on medieval and early Christian Romanesque cathedrals of the eleventh and twelfth centuries. Romanesque Revival buildings in the United States are . Photo, Print, Drawing The current Romanesque Revival-style Comal County Courthouse in New Braunfels, Texas. Enlarge [ original digital file ] Download: Go. About this Item. Title The current Romanesque Revival-style Comal County Courthouse in New Braunfels, Texas Book/Printed Material Geologic, hydrologic, and geochemical identification of.

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“Oddly enough, this exemplary study is the first comprehensive work on the Romanesque Revival in architecture and mural painting that originated in the early 19th century in Germany, where it was known as the Rundbogenstil.

or round arch style.” —T.J. McCormick, emeritus, Choice “Notwithstanding this German bias, Kathleen Curran’s book is a fine by: 4.

“Oddly enough, this exemplary study is the first comprehensive work on the Romanesque Revival in architecture and mural painting that originated in the early 19th century in Germany, where it was known as the Rundbogenstil or round arch style.” —T.J. McCormick, emeritus, Choice “Notwithstanding this German bias, Kathleen Curran’s book is a fine : Kathleen Curran.

The Romanesque Revival: Religion, Politics, and Transnational Exchange. By Kathleen Curran. / Kieckhefer, Richard. In: Church History, Vol. 75, No. 1,p. Author: Richard Kieckhefer.

In the s, as romanticism permeated all levels of American culture, and specifically as the Ecclesiological Movement brought the Gothic Revival to the American Episcopal Church, the nonliturgical denominations, led by the Congregational Church, began a thoughtful critical search for a style which would suit their own particular modes of worship.

Richard Upjohn's Romanesque design for the Cited by: 1. The Book of Plans and the Early Romanesque The Romanesque Revival book in the United States: A Study in Architectural Patronage GWEN W. STEEGE Williamstown, Massachusetts In the s, as romanticism permeated all levels of American culture, and specifically as the Ecclesiological Movement brought the Gothic Revival to the American Episcopal Church, the.

The Romanesque revival, like the Gothic revival, was an international movement. It passed easily across national boundaries and its effects were felt throughout Europe and across America.

In Britain it was overshadowed by the Gothic revival out of whose historiography it grew, and is easily confused with the Norman revival that enjoyed. The Romanesque churches to be found in every corner of France are among the wonders of Europe.

Built between andtheir architectural styles vary from region to region, as do their sizes. This period also saw a revival of sculpture, and many of the churches, such as Moissac and Chauvigny, are home to outstanding examples of the s: 9.

Romanesque Revival (or Neo-Romanesque) is a style of building employed beginning in the midth century inspired by the 11th- and 12th-century Romanesque the historic Romanesque style, however, Romanesque Revival buildings tended to feature more simplified arches and windows than their historic counterparts.

Why Romanesque Revival. Buildings of the 19th century are often mistakenly called simply is inaccurate. Romanesque architecture describes a type of building from the early Medieval period, the era from about to AD. The rounded arches and the massive walls—influences from the Roman Empire—are characteristic of the Romanesque architecture of.

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Beautiful woodwork throughout to include carved woodwork. One very good example of the Romanesque revival comes in the form of St. John the Evangelist Church in Plaquemine, Louisiana, designed by the American architect Emile Weil, a son of the same state it, in fact, appears in the United States "National Register of Historic Places."To my mind, it is one of the purest instantiations of neo-Romanesque that I have come across, from its bell tower to.

Romanesque Revival in Brooklyn. In New York — particularly in Brooklyn — row houses soon followed the Romanesque style of churches, public buildings and mansions. The rusticated look easily lent itself to the constraints of a smaller facade while still allowing for great variety in.

Her book also breaks new ground by bringing to the fore the figures - diplomats, theologians, educational reformers, clergymen, and rulers - who supported Romanesque Revival architecture in large part because of the style\'s many associations with the staunch faith and communal solidarity of the early Christian era.\" \"Even as it tracks the.

Romanesque The art of the Romanesque period was characterized by the revival of sculptures and fresco painting. These were common elements of architecture. Along with those architectural advancements the period produced frequent examples of realism as well as a heightened emphasis on emotion and fantasy.

The revival of monumental sculpture in the Romanesque period was partially influenced by ____. the survival of ancient Roman ruins The monks of the ____ order were among the primary patrons of Romanesque sculpture. Romanesque Revival (or Neo-Romanesque) is a style of building employed beginning in the midth century [1] inspired by the 11th and 12th century Romanesque the historic Romanesque style, however, Romanesque Revival buildings tended to feature more simplified arches and windows than their historic counterparts.

The first Romanesque Revival building in Adrian was the First Presbyterian Church in Adrian, at East Maumee Street (above), which was built in in the Greek Revival style before being transformed in with the addition of a Romanesque-Revival-style brick-and-sandstone portal and asymmetrical towers.

Other articles where Romanesque revival is discussed: Harvey Ellis: his published renderings of Richardsonian Romanesque and Chateauesque architectural designs were imitated by numerous other American architects and renderers.

In later years some of their work was misidentified as that of Ellis. - Explore S V's board "Romanesque Revival homes" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about romanesque, victorian homes, old houses pins. Romanesque Sculpture book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Romanesque Sculpture book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Start by marking “Romanesque Sculpture: The Revival of Monumental Stone Sculpture in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries” as Want to Read/5(7).

- The Late Romanesque Revival style is based on architectural forms, materials and details from medieval and Roman architecture. The original style was widespread across western Europe during the 11th and 12th centuries and is typically called the "Rundbogenstil" style.

The revival of the style in the United States, some + years later, however had only a limited. Richardsonian Romanesque is a style of Romanesque Revival architecture named after architect Henry Hobson Richardson (–). Its landmark Romanesque Revival building on Fifth Avenue is one of the largest synagogues in the world.

Most buildings are in the Romanesque Revival style, although some dormitories, engineering buildings, and physical sciences labs are of various Modernist styles. Romanesque Revival (or Neo-Romanesque) is a style of building employed beginning in the mid 19th century [1] inspired by the 11th and 12th century Romanesque the historic Romanesque style, however, Romanesque Revival buildings tended to feature more simplified arches and windows than their historic counterparts.

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An original safe on the second floor landing of Merry and Tom Dahms' Romanesque Revival home is still in use on Thursday, Nov. 16, When the Dahms purchased the home inthe safe was. Romanesque Church of St Climent de Taüll, AD, Catalonia, Spain.

Xavi Gomez/Cover/Getty Images (cropped) Although certain characteristics are associated with what we call Romanesque art and architecture, the look of individual buildings can vary widely from century to century, from a building's purpose (e.g., church or fortress), and from region to region.

From antiquity to the Romanesque revival --The eleventh-century origins: capitals and relief slabs --The crucial monuments (circa ): sanctuary sculpture --The origin and development of architectural sculpture --The great portals.

Series Title: A Phaidon book: Responsibility: M.F. Hearn. Romanesque Revival (or Neo-Romanesque) is a style of building employed beginning in the midth century [1] inspired by the 11th- and 12th-century Romanesque architecture.

Unlike the historic Romanesque style, however, Romanesque Revival buildings tended to feature more simplified arches and windows than their historic counterparts. An educational resource for topics of architectural styles, and related historic trends. While the Gothic soared, the Romanesque hunkered down, suggesting not lightness of being but structure and solidity.

Massive arches broke walls of stone. Corner towers appear almost fortress-like. The U.S. first saw use of the revival style during the s. The Romanesque Revival style first appeared in Indiana as early as the s. This early phase of the style was imported by German architects and was influenced by a new interest in Romanesque architecture, which developed in Europe during the mid s.

Later in the century, American architect Henry Hobson Richardson () greatly.The campus fabric of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) grew from the Romanesque revival Savannah Volunteer Guards Armory, designed by Boston architect William Gibbons Preston into comprise some 60 rehabilitated historic structures situated within four historic districts.Summary of Henry Hobson Richardson.

Richardson is amongst the few architects to have had a particular style named after them. At a time when the more ornate Romanesque Revival style had come to define modern American architecture, Richardson drew his influence from the more orderly Romanesque designs associated with the southern European churches built by French, Italian and .