classical style


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the artistic style of ancient Greek art with its emphasis on proportion and harmony

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Neo-classic has been well-received in the Gulf states lately as the market has been saturated with classical style furniture.
Working with the help of a female French student, Dion produced a dish of roasted shoulder of lamb provencale with stuffed artichokes, cooked and presented in classical style.
The concrete Western Shelter, built in classical style and spanning the seafront promenade, contains the amusement arcade which featured in Gavin & Stacey.
Which 16th century Italian architect developed a classical style that was imitated all over Europe and came to bear his name?
Once he asked her to go for classical style singing practices after hearing her voice during a singing competition.
The song is sung in the Moroccan classical style, rarely done by Moroccan artists.
The flat packed paper furniture range employs paper, cardboard and papier-mache in an ode to classical style.
From structural analysis of particular movements and atmosphere to step-by-step descriptions and analysis of development choices, listeners are treated to a fine movement-by-movement analysis which delves into the intricacies of classical style in general and Shostakovich's choices in particular.
As in the above two examples, abrupt terracing of dynamics is a frequent element of classical style and reinforces the dramatic interplay between opposing characters.
The Monday Welcome Reception is at the Palau Reial de Pedralbes, a classical style mansion built in the 1920s for King Alonso XII.
His influence was greatest in the revival and adaptation of Classical style to modern buildings.
The 1914 structure in the classical style, which boasts 20 enormous Corinthian columns, used to house New York's central post office and sits just across Eighth Avenue from the Garden.
The two chairs on display, a bow back Winsdor style stained and finished by master carpenter, Norm Abram of The New Yankee Workshop and a modern rendition of a classical style designed by interior designer Katherine Stephens, will be among eight others that will be on display in New York this spring as part of the Chairs for Charity event.
During the 17th century, the arts broke away from classical style into genre (scenes of everyday life).
A great master, the Vicenzan architect Andrea Palladio in 1570 published I quattro libri dell'architettura, a simplified but sophisticated version of Serlio's book, relying on woodcut illustrations with sparse text, which spread the classical style of architecture throughout Northern Europe.