American Gothic Revival
The term gothic was first used by Renaissance critics to describe architecture that didn't conform to the styles of the Greeks and Romans. In the 12th century, an abbot of the St. Denis monastery, Suger, used Gothic style in his monastery, where Gothic art first started. Gothic architecture was ubiquitous throughout France and Western Europe throughout the Middle Ages.
During the 19th century, American architects began to lose interest in Greco-Roman Classicism. As a result, they looked at alternatives for inspiration. They turned to medieval and non-classical forms of building. Gothic rev…
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