Burlington convinced the English to look unkempt in Rome.
William Kent was an expatriate who returned to London from a small lake by a rustic bridge.
Kent designed a miniature version of the Pantheon in Rome.
The ingly ornate interior as well as its grounds, the latter in a park is dotted with other Classically inspired temples, style that became known throughout Europe as the Eng copies of antique statues, artificial grottoes, a rural cottage, and a landscape garden.
There was a Chinese bridge, a Gothic spire, and a Turkish tent in Kent's garden.
The result is a mixture of styles and cultures.
A lake with a cascade of irregular plant tic is part of the Neoclassical and Roman winding paths.
Classical history is a Romanticized subject.
As set scape architecture flourished in England in the hands of British aristocracy, land like Chiswick and Stourhead were designed to fit their needs.
The grounds of Look were renovated in the 1740s.
The result was art by Josiah Wedgwood.
In 1769, near ing gardens at Stourhead carried Kent's ideas for his native village of Burslem.
The production-line views mimicked the shop's structure, with each division having its own kilns and Claude Lorrain workers trained in diverse specialties.
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In the mid 1770s, a fine-grained, land was created by Wedgwood.
Continuing additions were executed with the laying out of 1743.
All of the objects shown here bear the marks of silver shops run by women, who played a significant role in the production of silver during the Georgian period from 1714 to 1830, when Great Britain was ruled by four successive kings named George.
The British would have enjoyed the alcoholic beverage from the tray high society.
The person is called a salver.
The "double tobacco beaker" cups were used by both men and women to drink the punch.
The curved sides are easy to use when traveling.
The punch was poured from the bowl into the goblet.
It's easy to retrieve from the bowl with its twisted whalebone handle.
Nancy Valentine assembled a collection of silver.
The funds were donated by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Grace.
The elief decoration was designed by the abolitionist cause, and he commissioned the sculptor William sculptor John Flaxman Jr. to design an emblem for the Wedgwood from 1775 to 1787.
The British Committee to Abolish the Slave Trade was based on a book illustration of a Greek vessel.
The Philadelphia Abolition Society is informed by the tionist movement.
The Enlightenment thought that the image was so compelling that he established a village for his women's speach movement in the United States.
It was made at the Etruria factory.
The jasperware body has a blue dip and white relief.
Black-and-white jasperware is 13 x 13 x 3.5 cm.
The Gothic Revival and Neoclassicism combined to create a fashion for Britain in the mid eighteenth century.
After 1800, Walpole began to rebuild his country.
Over the next 30 years, he worked with several friends and architects to add decorative crenellations, tracery windows, and turrets.
The interior was changed according to the fanciful Gothic interpretation of the British historical past.
The Chapel of Henry VII at Westmin has a large-scale example of the use of structural metal in bridge ster, but it was transformed to suit the taste of the owner.
The strawberry design on the fan vaults wouldn't have the voussoirs of earlier bridges because they were made of iron.
A 100 foot span is formed by five pairs of arches.
In functional architec Iron as a Building Material ture such as this, the form is determined in large part by the available technology, the properties of the material, and In 1779, Abraham Darby III built a bridge over the Severn the requirements of engineering, often producing an unin ) Here, the use of metal made possible land, a town typical of industrial England, with factories the light, open, skeletal structure sought by builders since and workers' housing filling the valley.
It was built in the twelfth century.
The bridge demonstrated a need for newer, construction of engineering wonders like the soaring train better transportation routes for moving industrial goods.
The Eiffel Tower is probably the first such marvel.
Hogarth believed that art should contribute to the improvement of society.
Portraiture was a popular form of satire in Britain in the 18th century and was illustrated by mission them.
The British landscape and its people were Illustrated by Hogarth in about 1730.
Many of the paintings and prints created in of four to six paintings, which he then produced in sets of Britain, reflected Romantic sensibilities and Enlightenment mass-produced prints, enabling him to maximize his values.
The industrialization of Britain was based on love.
In creating a large and affluent middle class with enough disposable income to purchase smaller and less formal paintings and prints, he depicted the sordid story and sad end of an arranged marriage.
A member of the newly wealthy merchant could be sold to large numbers of people.