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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1893-1894-448

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44ΰ DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES &tci itectuw GEORGE BIRCH Monday 3-4 During Lent Term Lecture -Architecture practically considered its gradual rise and development and adaptability to the wants and requirements of men in various regions Its character- istics among ancient races Egyptian Assyrian Persian Grecian and Roman ן Lecture II -The influence of Christianity on Architecture Early Christian Byzantine the Eastern and Western Empires epoch of Charlemagne Lecture III -Religious Art continued its history in Great Britain-Saxon Norman the rise and progress of the Pointed style France Spain Italy Germany and England Contemporary styles Saracenic &c Visits Lecture IV -The Pointed style continued the successive developments and progress to its decline The Renaissance in Italy France Spain Germany England John Thorpe Inigo Jones Visits Lecture -The Renaissance continued The Great Fire of London Christopher Wren Paul's and the City Churches Wren's followers and imitators Chambers the Brothers Adams the Greek Revival the Gothic Revival Pugin Barry Scott Street &c Visits Lecture VI -Modern Architecture as exemplified in our leading thoroughfares How to distinguish good from bad The age of copyism Prospects of the future of the art- styles and characteristics of the closing years of the nine- teenth century Retrospect Visits
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