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Vocabulary for Victorian Chapters

 

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Furniture:Victorian Revival, Aesthetic Movement, Arts & Crafts

Historicism/Revivalism

Architecture

    Greek Revival

 

    Gothic Revival

 

    Octogonal

 

    Stick

 

    Shingle

 

    Second Empire/Mansard

 

    Italianate

   

     Renaissance Revival

 

    Queen Anne (including Spindle, Free Classical, Half-Timbered, and Patterned Masonry)

 

    Shingle

 

    Colonial Revival

 

    Neoclassical Revival

 

    Beaux Arts

 

    Chateauesque

 

    Richardsonian Romanesque

 

Furniture 

    Transitional/Late Empire

 

    Gothic Revival

 

    Rococo revival

 

    Elizabethan/Tudor Revival

 

    Louis XVI/Second Empire

 

    Renaissance Revival

 

    Egyptian Revival

 

    Eastlake Style

 

    Aesthetic Furniture/Art Furniture

 

    Arts and Crafts Furniture (American Mission)

 

Balloon back chair

 

Metal furniture

 

Twisted wire furniture

 

Animal horn furniture

 

Cast iron garden furniture

 

Brass and iron furniture

 

Papier mache furniture

 

John Henry Beltler

 

Laminated wood process

 

Wicker/Rattan

 

Cane

 

Imitation Bamboo

 

Metal coil springs

 

Spring button upholstery

 

Wooten desk

 

Ottoman

 

Deception furniture

 

Herter Furniture

 

A.J. Downing

 

A.J.Davis

 

Augustus Pugin

 

Louis Comfort Tiffany

 

Candace Wheeler

 

John LaFarge

 

Gustav Stickley

 

The Craftsman

 

Elbert Hubbard

 

Roycrafters

 

Green and Green

 

Goal of the Arts & Crafts movement

 

William Morris

 

Phillip Webb

 

Edward Burn-Jones

 

Ford Maddox-Brown

 

Pre-Raphaelite painters

 

Work-a-day furniture

 

State furniture

 

William Morris’s Golden Rule

 

Sussex chair

 

Morris Chair

 

Charles Voysey

 

Baillie-Scott

 

Arthur Mackmurdo

 

Ernest Gimson

 

W.R.Leathaby

 

Goal of the The Aesthetic Movement

 

Define Art Furniture

 

Symbols of the Aesthetic Movement

 

Lilly

 

Peacock

 

Sunflower

 

Charles Lock Eastlake

 

Bruce Talbert

 

William Burges

 

Edward Godwin

 

T.E.Collcut

 

What is the difference between the Aesthetic Movement and the Arts & Crafts Movement?

 

Art Nouveau

Goal of Art Nouveau Movement

 

Two stylistic trends:

    Whiplash Curve

 

    Architectonic

 

KNOW HOW TO RECOGNIZE THE STYLES AND THE MVP'S IN THESE COUNTRIES

Art Nouveau in Belgium

 

Art Nouveau in France

 

Art Nouveau in Spain

 

Art Nouveau in Scotland

 

Art Nouveau in Austria

 

Art Nouveau in Germany

 

Significant works discussed in class of 

    Louis Sullivan 

 

 

    Frank Lloyd Wright

 

   

    H.H. Richardson