|This is a style popularized by Henry Hobson Richardson (1838-1886).
Usually imposing in stature, Romanesque houses are filled with rippling curves, rounded turrets and arched entryways; they are usually built of solid brick or stone. Massive stone walls, dramatic semicircular arches and unusual sculptured shapes in stone give his structures great individuality. Heaviness is the ever-present characteristic of the style, emphasized by stone construction, deep windows and cavernous recessed door openings.|
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