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The offered pieces are fashioned in diverse styles, including Victorian style, Neoclassical architecture, Art Deco, Baroque style, French architecture, and Art Nouveau, to name a few. Read on to learn about some of the most important design styles.
Neoclassical architecture is associated with the revival of Classical architecture. The movement flourished in Europe and America between the 18th and 19th centuries. Neoclassical architecture bears several unique qualities such as minimal geometrical forms, the grandeur of scale, Roman or Greek detail. It can also be characterized by dramatic columns.
Art deco is among those designs that have stood the test of time. Art Deco was one of the first major styles that emerged in France shortly before World War I. Its influence spread across Europe a few decades later. The movement shows admiration for the machine's modernity and for the intrinsic design attributes of machine-made items — for instance, relative simplicity, symmetry, and repetition of elements. Sleek shapes, typically with a streamlined appearance, are common in Art Deco pieces.
Art Nouveau is known for its asymmetrical lines and the use of delicate motifs such as insect wings, vine tendrils, flower buds and stalks, and other natural objects. In Art Nouveau design, a line can be either elegant or imbued with a rhythmic force. The ornamental art movement rose to prominence between 1890 and 1910 across the United States and Europe.
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