Definition of Queen Anne from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


    Queen Anne

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  1. 1a style of architecture and furniture popular in England in the early 18th century, during the rule of Queen Anne. In furniture its main features were curved legs and simple elegant designs. A later style in architecture, known as Queen Anne or Queen Anne Revival, was popular in England from the 1860s, and used elements such as red brick, high narrow windows and tall chimneys. Its best-known architect was Norman Shaw (1831-1912).
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