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James Goold e il revival dell’architettura gotica in Australia

Paola Colleoni    Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong    

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In the Nineteenth century, the Gothic Revival style spread from Britain to influence church architecture in the colonies of the British Empire. In Australia, this style was adopted by all Christian confessions, but it was the first Roman Catholic Bishop of Mel- bourne, James Alipius Goold, who brought the Gothic Revival to a monumental scale with the commission of St Patrick’s Cathedral to British convert architect William Wardell. The analysis of the bishop’s architectural patronage in Melbourne highlights some of the trends that shaped the Australian Gothic while also revealing the peculiarities of the revived Gothic forms created by William Wardell.

Published
Dec. 4, 2023
Submitted
March 30, 2022
Language
IT

Keywords: Gothic Revival styleAustraliaCatholic Church architectureMelbourneNineteenth-century colonial architectureWilliam WardellJames Goold

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