Neoclassical

The Neoclassical style originated in mid-18th Century France and Britain, where it dominated the decorative arts until the influential Empire style of the early 19th Century. Neoclassical forms were inspired by the Classical art and architecture of ancient Greece and Rome, which was considered to embody the perfection of harmonious forms. In particular, vases became immensely popular in the late 18th Century, as they represented the ultimate symbol of the ancient world.

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  1. Country Of Origin Russian
  2. Country Of Origin Italian
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Style
  1. Neoclassical 36
  2. Russian Interest 11
  3. Classical 6
  4. Figurative Art 3
  5. Louis XVI 3
  6. Renaissance 3
  7. Academic 2
  8. Animal / Animalier 2
  9. Grand Tour 2
  10. Birds / Ornithology 1
  11. Empire 1
  12. Genre 1
  13. Landscape 1
  14. Mythological 1
Material
  1. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 14
  2. Marble 12
  3. Cut Glass 6
  4. Malachite 5
  5. Giltwood 4
  6. Glass 4
  7. Porcelain 3
  8. Patinated Bronze 3
  9. Gilt 3
  10. Hardstone 3
  11. Silver 2
  12. Oil on Canvas 2
  13. Micro-mosaic 2
  14. Wood 2
  15. Brass 2
  16. Ebonised Wood 2
  17. Metal 1
  18. Mirror 1
  19. Lacquer 1
  20. Gilt Metal 1
  21. Crystal 1
  22. Scagliola 1
  23. Bronze 1
  24. Velvet 1
  25. Alabaster 1
Colour
  1. Gold 23
  2. Multi-coloured 11
  3. Green 10
  4. White 8
  5. Blue 6
  6. Black 4
  7. Clear 4
  8. Red 4
  9. Brown 2
  10. Silver 2
  11. Cream 1
  12. Pink 1
  13. Purple 1
Country Of Origin
  1. French 338
  2. Italian 19
  3. English 17
  4. Russian 17
  5. German 7
  6. Continental 4
  7. Austrian 3
  8. Bohemian 2
  9. Spanish 2
  10. British 1
  11. Danish 1
Period
  1. 19th Century 10
  2. 20th Century 9
  3. Late 19th Century 7
  4. Early 19th Century 4
  5. Early 20th Century 4
  6. 18th Century and Earlier 2
Artist / Maker
  1. Canova, Antonio (Italian, 1757-1822) 1
  2. Conti, P. (Italian, active late 19th/early 20th Century) 1
  3. Della Valle Brothers (Italian, fl. 19th Century) 1
  4. Frilli, Antonio (Italian, died 1902) 1
  5. Galberg, Ivan Ivanovich (Russian, 1782-1863) 1
  6. Gardner Porcelain Factory, (Russian, founded 1766) 1
  7. Grachev Brothers (Russian, founded in 1866) 1
  8. Makovsky, Konstantin Egorovich (Russian, 1839-1915) 1
  9. Pauly & Co. (Italian, founded 1902) 1
  10. Popov Manufactory (Russian, 1811-1875) 1
  11. Vasarri, Emilio (Italian, 1862-1928) 1
  12. Vatican Mosaic Workshop (Italian, opened 1727) 1
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