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Excerpt from Art and Archaeology, Vol. 3: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine; January, 1916-June, 1916

In the main Exposition plan, not withstanding the variety Of elements already indicated, it is unquestionable that the dominant note is struck by the Classical styles of Greece... Læs mere

Excerpt from Art and Archaeology, Vol. 3: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine; January, 1916-June, 1916

In the main Exposition plan, not withstan... Læs mere

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Excerpt from Art and Archaeology, Vol. 3: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine; January, 1916-June, 1916

In the main Exposition plan, not withstanding the variety Of elements already indicated, it is unquestionable that the dominant note is struck by the Classical styles of Greece and Rome. The general conception of the walled city, with its open courts, its colon nades, and its lofty buildings, is a varia tion upon the plan of a great forum in ancient Rome. The Imperial Fora Of Caesar, Augustus, Vespasian, and es pecially Trajan, were likewise walled cities, Shut O¿c from the more bustling, every-day life of the world's metropolis, and embracing broad piazzas, great basilicas and temples, noble colon nades, lofty columns, imposing stat uary, stately triumphal arches, and picturesque fountains. The Court Of the Universe (page 6) reminds us of the Piazza Of St. Peter's, but Bernini's great piazza, with its marvelous colon nades and glorious fountains, is the nearest. Modern representative of the grand Trajanic Forum of the ancient city. If in the Exposition City we find no traces of the Doric Order, which Bernini used with such impressiveness, we must Cite this as an illustration Of the familiar fact that the severity of the Doric Order does not appeal strongly to modern taste. Oddly enough, we must turn to certain State buildings, like that of Oregon, outside the City proper, for Specimens of the Doric Order.

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