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Neoclassical Collection

Neoclassical, a term that encompasses the essence of timeless elegance and architectural grandeur

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Poster, Night Mail

Poster, Night Mail, quoting part of the poem by W H Auden written for and narrated in the documentary film of the same name (1936). circa 1930s

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Marylebone Town Hall, One of the Most Eminent of Londons New Buildings, c1935

Marylebone Town Hall, One of the Most Eminent of Londons New Buildings, c1935. The Town Hall on Marylebone Road in central London opened in 1920

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: The Death of Socrates, 1787 (oil on canvas)

The Death of Socrates, 1787 (oil on canvas)
XOS1127648 The Death of Socrates, 1787 (oil on canvas) by David, Jacques Louis (1748-1825); 129.5x196 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: Socrates (c.469-399 BC)

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Napoleon Crossing the Alps, 1803 (oil on canvas)

Napoleon Crossing the Alps, 1803 (oil on canvas)
JLJ4598431 Napoleon Crossing the Alps, 1803 (oil on canvas) by David, Jacques Louis (1748-1825); 259x221 cm; Musee National du Chateau de Malmaison, Rueil-Malmaison

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Buckingham Palace, near Green Park, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Buckingham Palace, near Green Park, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Boone Tavern Hotel, Berea, Kentucky, USA

Boone Tavern Hotel, Berea, Kentucky, USA
Boone Tavern Hotel, College Square, Berea, Kentucky, USA. It is a hotel, restaurant and guesthouse affiliated with Berea College, built in 1909 and named after the explorer Daniel Boone. Date: 1919

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Four views of Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Four views of Dublin, Republic of Ireland. circa 1960s

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Trinity College of Music, Mandeville Place, London

Trinity College of Music, Mandeville Place, London -- Entrance Hall, showing main staircase leading upwards. circa 1922

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Stourhead, Wiltshire

Stourhead, Wiltshire. Date: 1960s

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Bank and shops, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA

Bank and shops, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA
Wyoming Valley Trust Company and Second National Bank (left) and Jonas Longs Sons department store, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA. Date: circa 1907

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island with Manhattan skyline in view, New York City, New York

Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island with Manhattan skyline in view, New York City, New York, United States of America, North America

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Christ Church, Savannah, Georgia, USA

Christ Church, Savannah, Georgia, USA. Date: circa 1905

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Upton House, mid-19th century. Creator: Thomas Picken

Upton House, mid-19th century. Creator: Thomas Picken
Upton House, mid-19th century. Upton House in Dorset was built between 1816 and 1818

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Cuthberts Buildings, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa

Cuthberts Buildings, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa
Cuthberts Buildings, with The Balcony terrace restaurant, Pritchard Street, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. Date: circa 1905

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Extension of the British Museum, London

Extension of the British Museum, London
Extension of the British Museum in London: the new King Edward VII Galleries. A birds eye view showing the new section of the building. Date: 1914

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: A Nymph in the Forest (oil on canvas)

A Nymph in the Forest (oil on canvas)
615835 A Nymph in the Forest (oil on canvas) by Lenoir, Charles Amable (1860-1926); 138.4x90.8 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; French, out of copyright

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Venus, model 1817 / 1820, carved c. 1822 / 1823 (marble)

Venus, model 1817 / 1820, carved c. 1822 / 1823 (marble)
CGW445340 Venus, model 1817/1820, carved c. 1822/1823 (marble) by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822) (after); 175.2x50.8x45.7 cm; Corcoran Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Queen Marys Chinese Chippendale Room at Buckingham Palace, c1935

Queen Marys Chinese Chippendale Room at Buckingham Palace, c1935. From The Illustrated London News Silver Jubilee Record Number 1910-1935. [The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. London, 1935]

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Aftermath of fire, London Hop Exchange

Aftermath of fire, London Hop Exchange
Aftermath of a fire at the London Hop Exchange in Southwark Street on 20 October 1920. A board leaning up on the right lists the temporary addresses of the tenants

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Victoria Chambers, Chowringhee, Calcutta, India

Victoria Chambers, Chowringhee, Calcutta, India
Victoria Chambers, Whiteaway Laidlaw & Co Ltd, Department Store, Chowringhee, Calcutta (Kolkata), India. Date: circa 1920

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington, SW London

Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington, SW London
View of Cornwall Gardens (north side looking west), South Kensington, SW London. circa 1910

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Oldway Mansion, Paignton, Devon

Oldway Mansion, Paignton, Devon, in the style of the Palace of Versailles. Showing part of the formal gardens. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Picture No. 10741179

Picture No. 10741179
Ickworth House, a country house outside Bury St. Edmunds - a neoclassical structure topped by a giant rotunda in a park laid out by Capability Brown, Suffolk Date:

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: The Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York City, New York, United States of America

The Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York City, New York, United States of America, North America

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Study of a male nude on a rock, Taormina, Sicily, c. 1900 (sepia photo)

Study of a male nude on a rock, Taormina, Sicily, c. 1900 (sepia photo)
828875 Study of a male nude on a rock, Taormina, Sicily, c.1900 (sepia photo) by Gloeden, Wilhelm von (1856-1931); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Allegory of the Battle of Salamis, 1858 (oil on canvas)

Allegory of the Battle of Salamis, 1858 (oil on canvas)
2973583 Allegory of the Battle of Salamis, 1858 (oil on canvas) by Kaulbach, Wilhelm von (1805-74); length: 535 cm; Bayerische Landtag, Munich

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Trinity College and Bank of Ireland, College Green, Dublin

Trinity College and Bank of Ireland, College Green, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. circa 1960s

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Design for Gilbert and Sullivan, A Dream of Patience

Design for Gilbert and Sullivan, A Dream of Patience
Design by Alice Mary Havers for Gilbert and Sullivan, Savoy Operas, A Dream of Patience. circa 1880s

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Italy. Milan. La Scala by night. Opera house. Inagurated in

Italy. Milan. La Scala by night. Opera house. Inagurated in 1778. Built by Giuseppe Piermarini (1734-1808)

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Ruins of Red House, Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies

Ruins of Red House, Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies
Ruins of the Red House, a government building in Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies. It was set on fire during the Water Riots in March 1903. circa 1903

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Hotel Carrasco, Montevideo, Uruguay, South America

Hotel Carrasco, Montevideo, Uruguay, South America. Date: 1920s

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Queens Hall, Langham Place, London

Queens Hall, Langham Place, London. Date: circa 1910

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Entrance hall corridor, Woolwich Town Hall, SE London

Entrance hall corridor, Woolwich Town Hall, SE London. circa 1908

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Place de la Bourse, Boulevard Anspach, Brussels, Belgium

Place de la Bourse, Boulevard Anspach, Brussels, Belgium
Place de la Bourse and Boulevard Anspach, Brussels, Belgium. Date: circa 1910

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: The newly opened Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium

The newly opened Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium
The newly opened Menin Gate (eastern entrance), Ypres, Belgium, a WW1 war memorial. Date: 1927

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Ruins of the Reichstag, Berlin, Germany

Ruins of the Reichstag, Berlin, Germany
Ruins of the Reichstag building, Berlin, Germany. Date: late 1940s

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Helsinki Cathedral

Helsinki Cathedral
The neoclassical, Helsinki Cathedral, towering over the neighbourhood of Kruununhaka in the center of Helsinki, Finland. The cathedral with its striking design is visible from most parts of the city

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, c.1550-59 (oil on wood)

Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, c.1550-59 (oil on wood)
8617890 Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, c.1550-59 (oil on wood) by Anonymous; National Museum, Krakow, Poland; Photo © Fine Art Images

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Nuthall Temple, from England's Lost Houses by Giles Worsley (1961-2006) published 2002 (b/w photo)

Nuthall Temple, from England's Lost Houses by Giles Worsley (1961-2006) published 2002 (b/w photo)
CLF311816 Nuthall Temple, from England's Lost Houses by Giles Worsley (1961-2006) published 2002 (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); (add.info.: built 1754-57)

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Thomas Day (oil on canvas)

Thomas Day (oil on canvas)
701604 Thomas Day (oil on canvas) by Wright of Derby, Joseph (1734-97); Manchester Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Thomas Day (22 June 1748 - 28 September 1789) was a British author and abolitionist

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Cupid's hunting fields, 1880 (oil on canvas)

Cupid's hunting fields, 1880 (oil on canvas)
930319 Cupid's hunting fields, 1880 (oil on canvas) by Burne-Jones, Edward Coley (1833-98); Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Venus Italica, c. 1822-23 (marble)

Venus Italica, c. 1822-23 (marble)
3492980 Venus Italica, c.1822-23 (marble) by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822) (studio of); 175.3 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Study of a boy playing a flute, c. 1900 (sepia photo)

Study of a boy playing a flute, c. 1900 (sepia photo)
828880 Study of a boy playing a flute, c.1900 (sepia photo) by Gloeden, Wilhelm von (1856-1931); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: The Masked Ball (colour photo)

The Masked Ball (colour photo)
3091199 The Masked Ball (colour photo) by French Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Masked Ball. Postcard, early 20th century.); © Look and Learn

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Nuthall Temple, Nottinghamshire, 1869 (oil on wood)

Nuthall Temple, Nottinghamshire, 1869 (oil on wood)
3744283 Nuthall Temple, Nottinghamshire, 1869 (oil on wood) by Dawson, Alfred (fl.1860-94); 15.2x22.9 cm; Nottingham City Museums and Galleries (Nottingham Castle); (add.info.: Nuthall Temple)

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: Study for Portrait of an Indian, c. 1807 (oil on canvas)

Study for Portrait of an Indian, c. 1807 (oil on canvas)
3613963 Study for Portrait of an Indian, c.1807 (oil on canvas) by Girodet de Roucy-Trioson, Anne Louis (1767-1824); 40.6x32.7 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageNeoclassical Collection: New Physicians Hall, Edinburgh, 1845. Creator: Unknown

New Physicians Hall, Edinburgh, 1845. Creator: Unknown
New Physicians Hall, Edinburgh, 1845. Offices of the Royal College of Physicians in Queen Street, designed by Thomas Hamilton. The top figure of the facade is that of Hygeia, the Goddess of Health



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Neoclassical, a term that encompasses the essence of timeless elegance and architectural grandeur. From the majestic halls of Marylebone Town Hall in London to the regal Buckingham Palace near Green Park, neoclassical design has left an indelible mark on some of the most eminent buildings around the world. Intricate details and symmetrical lines define this style, as seen in Four views of Dublin's stunning structures or Trinity College of Music's stately presence on Mandeville Place. Even across continents, neoclassicism shines through with Bank and shops in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania showcasing its influence on American architecture. But it is not just buildings that embody neoclassical beauty; art too finds solace within its grasp. The Death of Socrates, a masterpiece painted in 1787 by an unknown artist, captures both the tragedy and intellectual depth associated with this era. Similarly, The Blackbird Song transports us to a different time with its oil-on-canvas portrayal of serenity. Beyond Europe and America lies Upton House in mid-19th century England - a testament to how neoclassicism transcends borders. And speaking of iconic landmarks that defy boundaries, Statue of Liberty stands tall amidst Manhattan's skyline like a beacon for freedom. Even everyday objects can bear witness to this aesthetic; Boone Tavern Hotel in Berea showcases how even humble accommodations can exude sophistication through their neoclassical design choices. As we delve into these glimpses into history - whether it be Stourhead's picturesque landscapes or Night Mail posters adorning train stations - one thing becomes clear: Neoclassical is more than just an architectural style; it represents an enduring legacy that continues to captivate our hearts and minds today.