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Italianate - Architecture
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ITALIANATE (1850-1890) Most numerous of the Victorian homes, these Italianate structures, sometimes called Bracketed Italianate, borrowed Italian Renaissance motifs. They are rectangular in shape, with two to three stories, tall and narrow, a balanced composition with bracketed cornices, parapets and false fronts, elongated, arched, wooden sash windows, large paneled doors, and facades decorated with molded panels, friezes, pilasters or quoins.