Neoclassical sentence example
- Curvy furniture in the Rococo style may be paired with neoclassical pieces or even sleek, modern items.
- austere neoclassical style typical of the Italian Riviera.
- Behind its imposing neoclassical faÃ§ade lies a world of understated elegance.
- Instead of celebrating the neoclassical glory of the faÃ§ade, his composition featured the ornate railings running down the side of Montague Street.
- The play is done in a neoclassical ballet style with motifs and elements of the argentine tango and some jazz and ethno elements.Advertisement
- The play is done in a neoclassical ballet style with motifs and elements of the Argentine tango and some jazz and ethno elements.
- Like most neoclassical designs his upholstery fabrics were very often done in vertical stripes of very light, cool colors.
- It mixes Neoclassical, Cubism, Modernism, Art Nouveau and Bauhaus.
- His designs are characterized by delicate, straight lines, contrasting veneers and neoclassical motifs and ornamentation.
- Jefferson had a great appreciation for Neoclassical architecture, especially Italian Renaissance designs, so it's no wonder that he designed his home, Monticello, using many of the classical architectural features.Advertisement
- This was doubtless much more to the prevailing, somewhat austere, neoclassical taste.
- It begins rather in the manner of Eastern European folkmusic, and has a neoclassical chorale at the end.
- Fast visible image of an ELM in MAST Measurements of neoclassical island evolution appearing to confirm the strong stabilizing role of field curvature effects.
- disinterest in things classical did not encourage the flowering of a neoclassical culture.
- The French neoclassical style, which emerged during the reign of Louis XVI, features straight lines and reeded legs with an influence from ancient Greek and Roman design.Advertisement
- Some of these artforms included Art Nouveau, Cubism, and Neoclassical movements.
- Classical and neoclassical economics are primarily about the efficient allocation of resources.
- David MacNaughton's paper examined the broadly Humean model of the moral agent that many neoclassical environmental economists typically assume.