Gothic Revival Churches History Christian

The movement to consciously revive the Gothic style became fashionable in England from c.1750 and later in the rest of Europe and America. In the 19th century it was the accepted style for churches.

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See Also:
  • Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, New York - Tim Chang\\'s illustrated guide to the history and architecture of this Gothic Revival church, designed in 1895 by the French architect Napoleon Le Brun. Bibliography.
  • A Gothic Revival Church - Design by Richard Upjohn c.1850s in the Library of Congress. churches Upjohn was a key figure in introducing the Gothic Revival churches to the United States and in defining the form of churches American church architecture.
  • Mariner's Church, Detroit - History, description and photographs of this Gothic Revival building consecrated gothic revival in 1849 from the US National Register of Historic Places gothic revival Detroit Itinerary.
  • First Methodist Church, Lubbock, Texas - Photograph and brief comments on this late Gothic gothic revival Revival history church built 1952-55 to the designs of gothic revival Wyatt C. history Hedrick.
  • Trinity Parish Episcopal Church, Seattle - History, description and photographs of this Gothic Revival gothic revival church designed in 1889 by Chicago architect Henry gothic revival Starbuck, from the US National Register of Historic gothic revival Places Seattle Itinerary.
  • Henry Langley and The Making of Gothic Guelph - An in-depth, illustrated article by Gilbert Stelter about gothic revival the gothic revival Gothic architecture of churches in Guelph, Canada, gothic revival gothic revival designed by Toronto-based architect Henry Langley.

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