|The Italianate Bigelow Residence, Port Perry, NJ, |
dates from 1876
|The Edwards Place, Springfield, IL, is typical|
of the more modest brick styling of the Italianate.
|Once the Italianate style begins being translated to wood, it looses much of its old world|
charm, becoming simply what we characterize as "Victorian."
|A typical Italianate townhouse|
illustrating typical Italianate
door and window treatments.
This one In Cincinnati, Ohio, awaits
|Italianate excesses such as this have often given the style a bad name.|
|By and large, the Italianate does not lend itself to modern adaptations. |
Such attempts today are often referred to as "Mediterranean."