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High Victorian and New American Architecture, Landscape and Design 1850-1893    NEW!

During the period 1850-1893 the United States changed dramatically, as it became industrial and new architecture appeared. The term Victorian’s origins are English, but it was used in America and indicates a dependence on England and yet at the same time Paris and France became the center of art for many American designers. We will discuss the new development of commercial and industrial architecture, such as department stores and mills, along with updated designs of public buildings and houses and the emergence of parks such as those designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, along with the work of Richard Morris Hunt, H, H. Richardson, and Frank Furness.

 

 

High Victorian and New American Architecture, Landscape and Design 1850-1893 (ARTS072) NEW!   IN-PERSON

Instructor:  Richard Wilson

Day of the Week: Tu, Times: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    

Dates: 4/5/2022 - 5/10/2022  

Sessions: 6   

Fee: $66.00

Course Location: Unity of Charlottesville - Sanctuary

Mask policy for this location: Masks are required

Location Address: 2825 Hydraulic Road Charlottesville, VA 22901

Limit (we do monitor enrollment and when possible may add seats): 99

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*If circumstances related to COVID-19 dictate this course cannot be held in person, it will be offered online, same dates and times. 


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