19th & Early 20th Century
Victorian & Revival Architecture

Gallery Five

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Oblique front elevation of a brick and stone Belgian Victorian with an almost Stick Style protruding bay. View of a Gothic Revival pleasure palace built for Oscar I, King of Sweden and Norway. Front and right elevation of a Dutch Baroque Revival building.  It was built as a replica of the City Hall in Hoorn, Netherlands. Front elevation of a tall and narrow brick and stone building.  Unknown architect.
? Architect, Oscarshall
Slott (castle), 1847-52
Oslo, Norway
? Architect
Zwaanendael Museum
1931. Lewes, Delaware
Front elevation as seen from the park. Partial side view.
? Architect, Row
House, ca. 1890?
Antwerp, Belgium
Zwaanendael
Museum, 1931
Lewes, Delaware
Oblique front elevation of a medieval half timber Belgian Victorian revival. View of a mock castle on the Hudson River from below.
Alexander J. Davis
Lyndhurst, 1838-42
Tarrytown, NY
Alexander J. Davis
Lyndhurst, 1838-42
Tarrytown, NY
Oblique front elevation. Oblique view looking up hill in the back.
? Architect Row
House, ca. 1890?
Antwerp, Belgium
Alexander J. Davis
Lyndhurst, 1838-42
Tarrytown, NY
Alexander J. Davis
Lyndhurst, 1838-42
Tarrytown, NY
Jarvis M. Slade
Castle Rock, 1881
Garrison, NY

"No man acquires property without acquiring with it a little arithmetic also."

- Ralph Waldo Emerson, from Representative Men, ch. "Montaigne", 1850.


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