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SCTD Design History II exam 3

a comprehensive study guide for Sullivan College of Technology and Design's design history II course from the late Victorian through contemporary (2000's).
Mansard roof
another name for Rococo Revival
Le style Pompadour
wooden Second Empire buildings in the U.S. are called
General Grant style
John Henry Belter
developed method of laminating plywood and pressing it into curves with the illusion of hand carving
Egyptian Revival motifs
batter walls, scarabs, heiroglyphs, deities, sphinxes, pharoahs
Islamic revival motifs
horse-shoe arches, trellises, paisleys, calligraphy, onion domes, peacocks, minarets, carnations
cozy corner or Turkish corner
Stick style architecture
Queen Anne Victorian
Painted Ladys
furniture finish whose color comes from ammonia fumes
Golden Oak
Richardsonian Romanesque
also called "Norman" or "Lombard" style
Romanesque revival
Classical Eclecticism also called
Beaux-Arts Style
Louis Comfort Tiffany
American who lead cut glass and art glass trends
Colonial Revival also called
Early American
Area of the U.S. that spurred preservation movements
Colonial Williamsburg Virginia
rooms not usually done in Colonial Revival
kitchens or baths
new item of furniture to Colonial revival
end tables and coffeee table
Spanish Colonial revival
Pueblo Revival
Gambrel roof
Shaker tilter
Someone incapable of appreciating taste and beauty
noblesse oblige
belief that the rich have a responsibility to educate the public with regard to art and taste by opening thier homes or donating collections to museums.
the Parlor during arts and crafts movements
Living room
wallpapers that mimic carvings or architectural details through embossing
Lincrusta and Anaglypta
Aesthetic furniture in the U.S.
Eastlake furniture style
Person whose theories and practice MOST influenced the Arts and Crafts movements
William Morris