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“Their exuberant Romanesque character — which seems to me clearly influenced by Louis Sullivan — is quite unusual for his work, which is pretty uniformly Beaux-Art and classical in inspiration,” Callcott wrote in an email to Answer Man.An old building near Dupont Circle will get a nice, new turret|John Kelly|December 18, 2021|Washington Post
The Victorian-Romanesque hotel, Mansion on Forsyth Park, equipped with modern luxuries, offers the best of both worlds.Who Knew Savannah Was The South’s Secret Urban Oasis?|Jane Frye|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Romanesque-styled Neuschwanstein sits propped on the Bavarian countryside in a stately pose.Where the Nazis Hid Their Art: The Castle Behind ‘Monuments Men’|Nina Strochlic|February 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is a building of the 12th century in the Romanesque style of Limousin, with three narrow naves of almost equal height.
A very modest Romanesque church laboriously hoists skyward a heavy stone belfry amid a clump of elm and nut trees.The Surprises of Life|Georges Clemenceau
In its illustrations may be recognised a series of good specimens of Romanesque forms.The History, Theory, and Practice of Illuminating|M. Digby Wyatt
Rome had succeeded to Greece as being the centre of Christian art, which assumed the phase commonly called the Romanesque.Needlework As Art|Marian Alford
A new style of architecture now arose, two forms of which, the Lombard and the Norman Romanesque, form important phases of art.
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Cultural definitions for Romanesque
A style of architecture and art common in Europe between the ninth and twelfth centuries. It combined elements of the architecture typical of the Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire. The arches on Romanesque buildings are usually semicircular rather than pointed as in Gothic architecture.