Baroque Revival architecture

Neo-Baroque (also: Neo-Baroque or Baroque Second ) is the name of a style in architecture, sculpture and with reservations in the music (correct musical style concept: Neoclassicism ).

The Neo-Baroque is associated with the second half of the 19th century and was particularly common after 1880. He is regarded as a manifestation of historicism. Neo-Baroque was particularly often used for theater building, as the Baroque had brought a golden age of all theatrical art forms with them. In the late phase of historicism the previous orientation of the Renaissance in the background and forms of Baroque occurred were used for various construction projects.

In Austria, was his use of " patriotic " connotes, as it continued the cultural flowering and political expansion of the early 18th century. In his late period he coexisted with the Art Nouveau, he influenced in part.

Structures

Secular

  • Opéra Garnier in Paris, 1854-1874
  • Theater Baden -Baden, 1860-1862
  • Semper Opera House in Dresden, 1871-1878
  • Palace of Justice in Brussels, 1866-1879
  • Schloss Linderhof, 1874-1878
  • State Opera House in Budapest, 1875-1884
  • Neues Schloss Herrenchiemsee, 1878-1886
  • Livingstonscher stables in Frankfurt am Main, 1880
  • Theater am Schiffbauerdamm in Berlin, 1891-1892 (Simplified rebuilt )
  • State Theatre in Salzburg, 1892-1893
  • Burgtheater in Vienna, 1893-1894
  • Hessian State Theatre in Wiesbaden, 1893-1894
  • Ehm. General landscape in Szczecin, 1891-1895
  • Comedy Theatre ( Vígszínház ) in Budapest, 1886
  • Erbgroßherzogliches Palais (now Federal Court ) in Karlsruhe, 1891-1897
  • Opera House in Graz, 1898-1899
  • Former Government Building (now the main building of the Viadrina European University ) in Frankfurt ( Oder), 1898-1906
  • Thyssen Villa in Mülheim an der Ruhr, 1899-1900
  • Bode Museum in Berlin, 1897-1904
  • Reichstag and ehm. Reichsbank building in Stockholm, 1897-1905
  • Neue Hofburg in Vienna, 1881-1914
  • Opera House on Habsburgerring in Cologne, 1899-1902 ( in part destroyed, then canceled )
  • Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, 1900
  • Ehm. General Post Office (now Postgalerie ) in Karlsruhe, 1900
  • Ehm. Industrial School (now the German Toy Museum ) in Sonneberg, 1900-1901
  • Castle Loburg, 1900-1902
  • State Chancellery of Saxony in Dresden, 1900-1904
  • Stadttheater Fürth, 1901-1902
  • Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof, 1900-1906
  • Leopold -Hoesch Museum in Düren, 1905
  • Büsingpalais in Offenbach am Main, 1905
  • Ehm. Government Building (now City House ) in Potsdam, 1902-1907
  • Country house in Wiesbaden, 1903-1907
  • Festhalle in Frankfurt am Main, 1907
  • Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, 1904-1908
  • Oberpostdirektion in Augsburg, 1905-1908
  • Palace of Justice in Munich, 1905
  • District Court Elberfeld (now Wuppertal), 1906-1908
  • Police guard at the Klingberg in Hamburg, 1906-1908
  • Rathaus in Kassel, 1904-1909 (Simplified rebuilt )
  • Charlottenburg Gate in Berlin, 1907-1908
  • Ashton Memorial in Lancaster, 1907-1909
  • Higher Regional Court in Cologne, 1909-1911
  • Villa Wolf in Zwickau, 1910-1911
  • Observatory in Hamburg -Bergedorf, 1906-1912
  • Ehm. Ministry of War in Vienna, 1909-1913
  • Széchenyi Bath in Budapest, 1913
  • Villa Borsig on the island Reiherwerder in Berlin Reinickendorf, 1911-1913
  • Herschelbad in Mannheim, 1912-1916
  • Old Town House in Bonn, 1922-1925
  • Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen, 1907-1928
  • Körnerpark in Berlin- Neukölln, 1912-1916

Sacral

  • Tower of the Epiphany church in Dresden, 1854-1857
  • Sint Nicholas Church in Amsterdam, 1884-1887
  • St. John's Church in Leipzig, 1894-1897 (War destroyed, blown up to 1963)
  • St. Joseph in Munich, 1898-1902
  • Tower of the Church of St. George in Eisenach, 1899-1902
  • Joseph Church in Basel, 1900-1902
  • Matthew Church in Hamburg, 1900-1902
  • Ortaköy Mosque in Istanbul, 1853-1856
  • Old Synagogue in Potsdam, 1900-1903 ( demolished in 1938 )
  • Church of St. Fridolin in Mulhouse, 1901-1906
  • St. Anton in Passau, 1908-1910
  • Thomas Church in Wuppertal, 1909-1910
  • Christ Church in Mannheim, 1907-1911
  • St. Wolfgang in Haidhausen, 1915-1920
  • Castle Church Niedergösgen, 1903-1904
  • Catholic parish church of the Holy Guardian Angels Eichenau, 1927

Sculpture

At the same time as in architecture also occur in sculpture on neo-baroque tendencies. As the main representative of the neo-baroque of the Berlin sculptor Reinhold Bega and the Vienna Victor Tilgner apply.

Examples:

  • Mendebrunnen in Leipzig ( 1883)
  • Neptune Fountain in Berlin (1886-1891)
  • Mozart Memorial in Vienna Castle Garden ( 1896)
  • Victory Boulevard in Berlin (1895-1901)

Music

In music, the flow of neoclassicism is sometimes mistakenly referred to as the neo-baroque. Despite the difficult distinction ( which in the early 20th century, evolving composition direction attacked alongside classic and late Baroque forms and stylistic devices on ) has in the history of music and the relevant professional music Encyclopedias ( old MGG, MGG new, New Grove Dictionary) enforced the term neoclassicism.

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