This style began in the mid-1900’s and took inspiration from antiquity, and Italian architect Andrea Pallideo. This style placed an emphasis on parts, rather than the whole. Each piece is separate and has its own identity. It is a response against the Rococo style, which is very theatrical and has many things going on at once. This style was the growth out of the late Baroque style. Neoclassicism strove to return to the “purity” of early Rome. In the United States this style was adapted into what is known as “federal style” (example: Lincoln Memorial)
- Planar/flat Qualities
- Geometrical Architecture
- Individual Features
- Flat projections/recessions
- “Flatter” effects of light and shade
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