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Sketches & Drawings


Sketches & Drawings

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Oriental Tower

Chinoiserie notecards

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Design for the Scotten Residence, Detroit

Luzech; rue des Pénitents | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ornament Drawings by Surface Fragments 2, via Flickr

Acanthus-plate12-Renaissance_German-lg

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Ornament Drawings by Surface Fragments 2, via Flickr

Half #sketch #drawing #architecture by Dan Hogman, via Flickr

Paris, rue du Louvre. Architect H. Blondel. The architecture of the second half of the XIX century. Drawings and sketches.

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utsunomiya residence - sou fujimoto

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Garden layout

Roman Ornamental Architecture and Sculpture Friezes, capitals, candelabra, rosettes and cornices - mainly corinthian with some composite and mixed corinthian/ionic features

1952 French Architectural Plate Greek and Roman Columns

Design - Architectural - Roman acanthus plinths

Vintage Printable

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IONIC ORDER Ionic shafts were taller than Doric ones. This makes the columns look slender. They also had flutes, which are lines carved into them from top to bottom.

Classical Orders of Architecture

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'Le Cinq Ordres d'Architecture' by Claude Perrault (1693). The five orders of architecture: Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and Composite. The second, third and fourth are the Greek orders. The Romans added the first and last order which are modifications of the Greek orders. The orders become more and more gracious/feminine in their proportions and can be used stacked vertically in one building. The most sturdy ones always lower then the more slender ones. Never the other way around.

Corinthian capital

Della architettura libri dieci - Google Play

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The Five Orders of Classical Greek and Roman Architecture - Tuscan and Doric (top row); two versions of the Ionic (center row); Corinthian and Composite (bottom row).

Classical order

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Ancient Greek Architecture. The Greeks developed three styles (orders) with their own distinctive proportions and details: Doric, Ionic and Corinthian, as noted in this diagram. www.angelfire.com...

Architecture in ancient Greece

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Greek Architecture: Doric, Ionic, or Corinthian? - For Dummies

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Corinthian Detail III Print at AllPosters.com

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Classic Roman Corinthian. Transition From Greek To Roman Order ...