Victorian Architecture Marina Movchan Queen Victoria (reign: 20 June 1837 – 22 January 1901) Victorian architecture in the United Kingdom Mentmore Towers Joseph Paxton Crystal Palace Archibald Simpson, Alexander Thomson, Holmwood House North of Scotland Bank in Aberdeen St. Mark’s Church by Alexander Marshall Mackenzie Styles conceived in the Victorian era Jacobethan (1830–70) Anthony Salvin's Harlaxton Manor Renaissance Revival (1840–90) Mentmore Towers National Westminster Bank Neo-Grec (1845–65) Romanesque Revival Second Empire (1855–80) Old Billingsgate Market, by John Jay Grosvenor Hotel Queen Anne (1870–1910) County Hall, Wakefield, designed by architects James Glen Sivewright Gibson and Samuel Russell in 1894. British Arts and Crafts movement (1880– 1910) Blackwell by Baillie Scott Other movements popularized in the period Gothic Revival Palace of Westminster, completed in 1870. Designed by Sir Charles Barry and August Pugin Fonthill Abbey by William Thomas Beckford Manchester Town Hall by Alfred Waterhouse Italianate Osborne House completed 1851 (by Sir Charles Barry) Cliveden: Barry's NeoRenaissance mansion Neoclassicism Glasgow City Chambers by John Carrick International spread of Victorian styles William Butterfield Jacob Wrey Mould St. Peters Cathedral, Adelaide North America Banff Springs Hotel by Bruce Price and Walter S. Painter The Saitta House, Dyker Heights, Brooklyn (“Queen Anne”) by René Edward De Russy Australia Former General Post Office, Martin Place, Sydney (Free Classical) Bibliography Dixon, Roger and Muthesius, Stephan. Victorian architecture. Thames & Hudson: 1978. ISBN 0500-18163-2 Prentice, Helaine Kaplan, Rehab Right, TenSpeed Press. ISBN 0-89815-172-4, includes descriptions of different Victorian and early 20th Century architectural styles common in the San Francisco Bay Area, particularly Oakland, and detailed instructions for repair and restoration of details common to older house styles. Thank you for attention!