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    • 1. Post-Baroque Germany, Italy & England
    • 2. Brandenburg Gate, 1780s Brandenburg Gate 1780s
    • 3. Brandenburg Gate, sculpture
    • 4. Napolean in Berlin
    • 5. Propolea
    • 6. “ Architecture is the ennobler of all human relationships…. It is the cumulative achievement of man.” -- Shinkel
    • 7. ALTES MUSEUM (Old Museum), 1823-33, Schinkel Altes Museum, Berlin 1823-33 Shinkel
    • 8. Altes Museum
    • 9. Altes Museum, Aerial
    • 10. Altes Museum, sculpture detail
    • 11. Altes Museum, View from Portico out over the Lustgarten
    • 12. Altes Museum, Section through portico and rotunda
    • 13. Altes Museum, plan
    • 14. Altes Museum, plan schematic
    • 15. Altes Museum, rotunda
    • 16. WALHALLA, 1840 (see notes from 10/3)
    • 17. Walhalla
    • 18. Walhalla
    • 19. Victor Emanuel II himself Italy
    • 20. Monument to Victor Emanuel II, Rome, 1885-1925 architect: Sacconi
    • 21. Campidoglio
    • 22. Victor Emanuel II, Aerial (note Campidoglio in upper left)
    • 23. Victor Emanuel II, sculpture
    • 24. Victor Emanuel II
    • 25. Victor Emanuel II, Sculpture of Rome with Victory in her palm
    • 26. Victor Emanuel II, Chariots of victory
    • 27. Victor Emanuel II, interior
    • 28. British Museum England “ Classicism is devoid of feeling.” - Pugin
    • 29. Kings College Chapel, Cambridge, England (1440s - 1515)
    • 30. England
    • 31. Houses of Parliament, 1840-70 Sir Charles Barry (with Pugin)
    • 32. Houses of Parliament, river façade Houses of Parliament, 1840-70 Sir Charles Barry (with Pugin)
    • 33. Houses of Parliament, plan
    • 34. Houses of Parliament
    • 35. Houses of Parliament
    • 36. Houses of Parliament
    • 37. Houses of Parliament
    • 38. House of Lords
    • 39. Houses of Parliament, interior (Peer's Lobby)
    • 40. Houses of Parliament, interior (Peer's Lobby)
    • 41. Houses of Parliament, interior (Table designed by Pugin)