This candlestick is made out of bronze in Vienna, Austria. It is tall in height and has a design of leaves on its pole, and horned animal heads at its base.

Candlestick

This candlestick is made out of bronze in Vienna, Austria. It is tall in height and has a design of…

"Romanesque Arcaded Cornice. From a Church in Vienna." —D'Anvers, 1895

Arcaded cornice

"Romanesque Arcaded Cornice. From a Church in Vienna." —D'Anvers, 1895

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed at the foundry of the Prince of Salms in Vienna, Austria.

Armor Figure

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed…

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed at the foundry of the Prince of Salms in Vienna, Austria.

Armor Figure

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed…

This Ugly Cherub Head is a Barocco style that was found on a column in Vienna, Austria.

Ugly Cherub Head

This Ugly Cherub Head is a Barocco style that was found on a column in Vienna, Austria.

"In this city many individual tendencies are perceptible, but the predominant inclination is toward the Italian Renaissance . The new Opera-House, built by Van der Nüll and Siccardsburg, forms an exception to this rule, the design and forms of which were copied from the Early French Renaissance, with its narrow moulding and flat elliptical arches. On the other hand, the models of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries are chosen for churches built in the Gothic style. In its richest phase this is seen in the memorial church, built by Ferstel; and in its poorest aspect, and divested of all the ornamental details necessary to produce a good effect, in the Lazaristen Kirche, built by Schmidt, one of the most important representatives of the Gothic style, and at the same time an advocate in word and deed for its reintroduction."The Lazaristenkirche is a Roman Catholic church building in the 7th district of Vienna, Neubau.

Lazarist Church at Vienna

"In this city many individual tendencies are perceptible, but the predominant inclination is toward…

"In this city many individual tendencies are perceptible, but the predominant inclination is toward the Italian Renaissance . The new Opera-House, built by Van der Nüll and Siccardsburg, forms an exception to this rule, the design and forms of which were copied from the Early French Renaissance, with its narrow moulding and flat elliptical arches. On the other hand, the models of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries are chosen for churches built in the Gothic style. In its richest phase this is seen in the memorial church, built by Ferstel; and in its poorest aspect, and divested of all the ornamental details necessary to produce a good effect, in the Lazaristen Kirche, built by Schmidt, one of the most important representatives of the Gothic style, and at the same time an advocate in word and deed for its reintroduction."The Votivkirche in Vienna, Austria, is one of the most important neo-Gothic religious architectural sites in the world.

Vienna, Memorial Church

"In this city many individual tendencies are perceptible, but the predominant inclination is toward…

(1756-1791) German composer of the Classical era. Some of his most famous works are The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, The Magic Flute, Requiem, Twelfth Mass, and Ave Verum.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

(1756-1791) German composer of the Classical era. Some of his most famous works are The Marriage of…

"In England, as in Germany, architectural activity has assumed various phases in modern times. With few exceptions, the numerous newly-constructed churches are built in the Gothic style of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries; whilst public secular buildings, for which a certain simplicity is appropriate, such as school and university buildings, asylums, &c., as well as large country-houses, are either constructed in the Pointed or in the Late Gothic, or so-called Perpendicular or Tudor style, with flat-arched, curved, or even horizontal heads to the openings. Other public buildings, as, for instance, the Houses of Parliament, which is the most important modern building in London, are carried out in this style. The Renaissance style has recently been frequently employed, especially for dwelling-houses."The Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament, is a complex of buildings in London. It is the seat of the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom (the House of Lords and the House of Commons). The palace lies on the north bank of the River Thames in the London borough of the City of Westminster, close to the government buildings of Whitehall.

New Houses of Parliament, London

"In England, as in Germany, architectural activity has assumed various phases in modern times. With…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

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"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

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"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances, fusible and infusible, the latter enabling it to withsantd the heat necessary to vitrify the former, thus producing its peculiar semi-translucency. The infusible material is alumina, called kaolin; the fusible substance is felspar, and is called pe-tun-tse, both Chinese terms. Large quantities of porcelain are produced in New Jersy, Ohio, and other states, while European porcelain, and Chinese and Japanese ware, are famous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Porcelain Marks

"Porcelain is a fictile material intermediate between glass and pottery, being formed of two substances,…

The Romanesque boss rosette is a 13th century design made of four divisions. It is found in the chapter-hall of the monastery of Heiligenkreuz near Vienna, Austria.

Romanesque Boss Rosette

The Romanesque boss rosette is a 13th century design made of four divisions. It is found in the chapter-hall…

This table top and table was made in Vienna, Austria. Its table top is elaborately designed with inlaid wood of different colors. Its base has legs that are bent in curve design.

Table Top and Table

This table top and table was made in Vienna, Austria. Its table top is elaborately designed with inlaid…

This work table was made in Vienna, Austria for use by ladies. It is engraved and draped with material in the center.

Work Table

This work table was made in Vienna, Austria for use by ladies. It is engraved and draped with material…

Church of St. Charles Borromeo in Vienna, Austria

Church of St. Charles Borromeo in Vienna, Austria

Church of St. Charles Borromeo in Vienna, Austria

Parliament Building in Vienna, Austria

Parliament Building in Vienna, Austria

Parliament Building in Vienna, Austria

St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria

St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria

St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria