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Furthermore Rome, wliich had been overshadowed by London and Paris, now became once more an international centre of the first rank, and there around 1785 the art of David burst upon the world. It was he that, on ticism In England, moreover, of the two great names of the generation active between 1750 and 1780, Chambers is rightly the one hand, at considered an eclectic despite his experiments, and in 1768 he movement we of modem gave expression in painting to the ferment last ideas, and, on the other, marked the end of the are studying.
Ger- many's archaeologising architecture remained attached to the ' ' copying of the Romanesque, Gothic or Renaissance, and even to an eclecticism that produced hybrid styles, as in F. von Schmidt's Vienna Rathaus or the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin by F. Schwechtcn. The Votivkirche in Vienna, designed by Heinrich von Ferstel, is a pastiche as devoid of character as Ste Clotilde at Paris. English Gothic had never completely lapsed, even at the height of classicism, and gone some curious ii»-the late revivais.
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