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Romantic art period

Choose a work of art from the Romantic period that depicts Revolution/war (or anything related to it). Utilize the vocabulary you are learning in this module to examine the work’s formal qualities. 301 more words

Academic Papers

West Norwood: the first Gothic Revival cemetery

West Norwood, which opened as the South Metropolitan Cemetery in 1837, is one of London’s most spectacular cemeteries, its grand tombs and monuments laid out along landscaped paths and mature trees.   2,227 more words


Rebekah at the well (Genesis 24:1-67)

Rebekah is a central figure in one of the great family dramas of the Bible. She was the wife of Isaac and the mother of twin boys – Esau and Jacob. 407 more words

Gothic Revival

519 N. Buckeye – St. John's Episcopal Church

St. John’s Episcopal Church, 519 N. Buckeye, is what might be described as a building with more grace than its surroundings.

The application to have it placed on the National Register of Historic Places put it gently. 241 more words

Past Home Tours

Rachel the Shepherdess (Genesis 29:1-30)

Rachel was one of the great women of the Old Testament. She was the daughter of Laban and worked as a shepherdess, caring for her father’s flock. 280 more words

Gothic Revival

Joseph’s Life in Egypt (Genesis 39:1 - 41:57)

This remarkable ‘Joseph’ window tells almost the entire story of the lives of both Joseph and St Joseph, the foster-father of Christ. Various events from the life of Joseph are paired with similar events in the later life of St Joseph. 380 more words

Gothic Revival

Upjohn's Rural Architecture and Carpenter Gothic

During the nineteenth century, new churches sprang up following settlement and population growth. These included Episcopal congregations, which frequently preferred the Gothic or “pointed” style of which Richard Upjohn was the best-known exponent thanks to his Trinity Church in New York. 568 more words