Revivalism (architecture)


Revivalism (architecture)

Revivalism in architecture is the use of visual styles that consciously echo a previous architectural era. For example, there were a number of architectural revivalist movements in the United States in the 19th and early 20th centuries. [Scott Trafton (2004), "Egypt Land: Race and Nineteenth-Century American Egyptomania", Duke University Press, ISBN 0822333627. p. 142.]

ee also

*Bristol Byzantine
*Carpenter Gothic
*Colonial Revival architecture
*Egyptian Revival architecture
*Gothic Revival architecture
*Greek Revival architecture
*Mediterranean Revival Style
*Mission Revival Style architecture
*Neo-Byzantine architecture
*Richardsonian Romanesque
*Romanesque Revival architecture
*Spanish Colonial Revival Style architecture

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