Australian Romanesque: A history of Romanesque-inspired architecture in Australia

East, John W. (2016) Australian Romanesque: A history of Romanesque-inspired architecture in Australia [Brisbane], Australia: The University of Queensland

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Author East, John W.
Title of report Australian Romanesque: A history of Romanesque-inspired architecture in Australia
Publication date 2016-01-01
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Publisher The University of Queensland
Place of publication [Brisbane], Australia
Start page 1
End page 178
Total pages 178
Language eng
Subjects 310101 Architecture
Abstract/Summary This is a history of Romanesque-inspired architecture (also known as the "Romanesque Revival") in Australia, from 1840 to 2015. It begins with a description of the motifs used in Australian Romanesque architecture, and then provides an historical overview of the movement. The remaining chapters are devoted to a more detailed history of the Romanesque in each Australian state.
Keyword Architectural history
Romanesque revival
Q-Index Code AX
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Institutional Status UQ

 
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