CLASSICAL STYLE

RUSSIAN CLASSICISM

Russian Classicism is a style of art prevalent in Russia in the second half of the XVIII – the first half of the XIX century. The acme of Russian Classicism skill is reflected in the architecture of St. Petersburg.
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ENGLISH CLASSICISM

George III style (1760-1820), with its successive alternating styles, namely, “Adam”, “Hepplewhite”, and “Sheraton”, named after the leading masters Robert Adam, George Hepplewhite and Thomas Sheraton, is often referred to as English Classicism.
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ROCOCO

Rococo is one of the most famous “royal styles”. It has no equals in the history. Femininity became the main criterion of beauty in the Rococo art. The main decorative motif is a form of shell (rocaille), as well as the intertwined stems of plants associated with the theme of sea.
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CLASSICAL STYLE

LOUIS XVI. NEOCLASSICISM

Revival of classical traditions and classical forms of the art. Desire for the forms purification and return to the eternal ideals of antiquity. In its deepest meaning this desire has a romantic connotation, and is one of the manifestations of Romanticism.
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ART DECO STYLE. FIREPLACES FOR MODERN INTERIORS

Art Deco is an art style, widely spread (mainly in the interior) in most European countries and the US in 1920-1930-ies.
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MODERN

Modern (French moderne from latine modernus – new, modern) is the period of European art development in the XIX-XX centuries, the main feature of which was the desire of artists to oppose their creativity to historicism and eclecticism of the second half of the XIX century.
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FRENCH RENAISSANCE

In this section we have picked up the French Renaissance, Neo-Gothic and Romanticism styles fireplaces, as well as interior fireplaces in the Provence style.
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ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

Italian Renaissance is a pivotal era in the development of Italian and world art. The artists of the XV-XVI centuries revived antique forms, but reading totally new content into them. The word “revival” was first used in 1550.
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