English architectural stylistic periods
The periods listed below are representative of the prominence of very broad architectural styles in England. There exact periods are disputed, even where they roughly correlate with the reign of specific monarchs. There is overlap between some periods, and some styles may be considered sub-sets of others:
- 1901 – present, Modern.
- 1901 – 1910 (or up to 1918), Edwardian.
- 1837 – 1901 (or up to 1910), Victorian.
- 1811 – 1820, Regency.
- 1714 – 1837, Georgian.
- 1715 – 1770, Palladian
- 1702 – 1714, Queen Anne / English Baroque.
- 1603 – 1714, Stuart.
- 1603 – 1625, Jacobean.
- 1550 – 1625, Elizabethan.
- 1485 – 1603, Tudor.
- 1066 – 1485, Medieval.
- 410 – 1066, Anglo Saxon.
- pre 410, Roman.
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- The architectural profession.
- The history of fabric structures.
- Trompe l’oeil.
- Tudor revival style.
- Vernacular architecture.
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