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Neo-Classical style of the Second Empire in France (1852–70) in which GraecoRoman, Louis Quinze, Louis Seize, Pompeian, Adam, Egyptian Revival, and other motifs were disposed in a richly eclectic polychrome mélange. A good example was the Maison Pompéienne, Paris (designed 1855, destroyed 1891), by A. -N. Normand. The style enjoyed a vogue in the USA, and had a short-lived impact on interior design in England and elsewhere.

Jane Turner (1996)

Subjects: Architecture — Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.


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