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  • Saint Patrick's Gothic Style Essay

    current stone structure dates to 1853 and the Saint Patrick's church used to be in a wooden design but a fire in 1904 caused majority of the church to be rebuilt by 1906. Patrick’s church has many characteristics that imitate the gothic style that common back then including: a steeply pitched roof, pointed-arch windows, stained glass, and Gothic window above the entry. Gothic architecture are commonly known as the architecture style of many of the great cathedrals, and churches in the past. Gothic architectures mostly…

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  • How Did The Roman Influence Greek Architecture

    This is very much in line with Romanesque style, where geometric shapes are commonly used along with squares, lozenges, chevrons, and plain circles. In Figure 2 you can see the distinct chevron pattern on the innermost tear of the lower arch. The chevron pattern can also be seen in the Listello separation the upper and lower arches. The influences of Roman architecture can be clearly seen in the Romanesque style, through the prominent use of roman developments like columns and rounded arches.…

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  • St Pauls Cathedral Analysis

    revival architecture as it was referenced from Italian Gothic Cathedral Interiors and the striped polychromy was particularly success. Also, the Kauri pine ceiling is one of the characteristics of the Cathedral13. Stone The stone used to build the St. Paul’s Cathedral was the stone commonly use in Melbourne, as William Butterfield would like to use the materials to make contrast to other architecture in Melbourne. Butterfield had decided to use cream- coloured stones including Waurn Ponds,…

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  • Julie Mehrtiu, Stadia I, By Julie Mehretu

    Julie Mehretu was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in 1970. She was schooled in Kalamazoo, where she received her bachelor degree in Art, and continued on to receive her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Art and Design in 1997 (Artnet). She lives and works in Harlem New York with her artist and partner (Plagens). Mehretu works on drawings influenced by architectural plans and aerial maps. She adds many layers to increase complexity. She relates the layering to herself as parts of who she is. She…

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  • Analysis Of Narrative: Moving Through My Eyes

    Getting out our disposable cameras all three of us got pictures of the arch. I remember seeing other cool landmarks of the United States like the largest tire in Michigan, the largest Travel America truck stop, and of course the Saint Louis Arch. I admit, seeing the country was really cool, but under the circumstances of moving cross country were less than ideal. The second day came to a close, and the three-day road trip was almost over, but not without stopping at a KOA campground. KOA is a…

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  • Triumph And Apotheis In Norman's The Arch Of Titus

    Through this reading, Norman states that the Arch of Titus is a narrative memorial recording the Roman triumph and apotheosis. It is so immersive that the spectators can experience the events when they pass through. Further, she claims that there is a close connection between the two spectacles. She argues that the deification of the emperor in the apotheosis is based on his triumph. Norman makes a convincing argument about the link between the triumph and the apotheosis. She uses textual…

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  • Analysis Of The Arch Android And The Electric Lady By Janelle Monae

    Janelle Monae became an R&B sensation in with the release of her futuristic albums The Arch Android and The Electric Lady. Janelle Monae is still a new rising artist and is growing on a lot of people in the industry and in the community. The way she sing and dance is different and is appealing. The beats and lyrics she use are very catchy and upbeat. When she made the song Many Moons she attached a message about African American history. In the Many Moons ' narrative of an android auction,…

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  • Most Like An Arch This Marriage By John Ciardi

    What is true happiness. Love. One of many comforts that human beings needs is to have someone that they can rely on to be there for them through thick and thin. In the poem, "Most Like an Arch This Marriage" by John Ciardi defines love showing commitment, trust, and respect to built a healthy and strong relationship for one another. Love is something we cannot explain because everyone has their own way of loving. One of the key factors to love someone is to be able to have commitment. In order…

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  • Most Like An Arch This Marriage Poem Analysis

    Everyone in their lifetime have experienced love, whether it is family love, friendship love, romantic love, or conceptual love. In the poem, "Most Like an Arch This Marriage" by John Ciardi defines love through showing commitment, trust, and respect to built a healthy and strong relationship for one another. Love is everlasting and unconditionally satisfying to be with a person or thing you cherish deeply. We all search for love, we are all dedicated to find what completes our lonely hearts in…

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  • The Epic Poem, Beowulf-God-Curseed Arch Warrior

    God and Beowulf Beowulf, the epic of the god blessed warrior, is one of the oldest written manuscripts we have in the modern era. The epic, though comparatively shorter than most of it fellow stories such as the Iliad, contains a rather thrilling story of the hero Beowulf. Beowulf, the geat Arch Warrior, comes to those struggling in need and slays the monsters that perils them. Yet for all these great deeds, Beowulf does not claim them in his own honor, but of the Lord’s Graces. Admittedly,…

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