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  1. Carl Gotthard Langhans (15 December 1732 – 1 October 1808) was a Prussian master builder and royal architect. His churches, palaces, grand houses, interiors, city gates and theatres in Silesia (now Poland), Berlin, Potsdam and elsewhere belong to the earliest examples of Neoclassical architecture in Germany.

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  3. Carl Gotthard Langhans - Wikipedia

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    Carl Gotthard Langhans (15 December 1732 – 1 October 1808) was a Prussian master builder and royal architect. His churches, palaces, grand houses, interiors, city gates and theatres in Silesia (now Poland), Berlin, Potsdam and elsewhere belong to the earliest examples of Neoclassical architecture in Germany.

  4. Carl Gotthard Langhans | German architect | Britannica

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    contribution to Neoclassicism In Western architecture: Germany …he called to Berlin were Carl Gotthard Langhans and David Gilly, who, with Heinrich Gentz, created a severe but inventive style in the 1790s that was indebted to Ledoux as well as to Johann Winckelmann’s call for a return to the spirit of ancient Greek architecture.

  5. Carl Gotthard Langhans - Oxford Reference

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    Carl Gotthard Langhans (1732—1808) Quick Reference (1732–1808). German architect from Silesia (now in Poland), he became Oberbaurat (Chief Building Officer) in Breslau (now Wrocław), designing a number of Palladianesque buildings influenced by Erdmannsdorff's work at Schloss Wörlitz.

  6. Carl Gotthard Langhans - Wikiwand

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    Carl Gotthard Langhans was a Prussian master builder and royal architect. His churches, palaces, grand houses, interiors, city gates and theatres in Silesia , Berlin, Potsdam and elsewhere belong to the earliest examples of Neoclassical architecture in Germany. His best-known work is the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, national symbol of today’s Germany and German reunification in 1989/90.

  7. Carl Gotthard Langhans - National Gallery of Art

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    Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. West Building 6th St and Constitution Ave NW The 4th and 7th Street entrances are exit-only. Enter or exit from Constitution Avenue or Madison Drive.

  8. Carl Gotthard Langhans: Biography of German Architect

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    Carl Gotthard Langhans' Architecture A master of several different styles, the Silesian builder Carl Gotthard Langhans was one of the greatest architects in Germany to move away from Baroque architecture and adopt the new idiom of Neoclassical architecture, which was later popularized in Prussia by his successor Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841).

  9. Carl Gotthard Langhans — Google Arts & Culture

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    Dec 15, 1732 - Oct 1, 1808 Carl Gotthard Langhans was a Prussian master builder and royal architect. His churches, palaces, grand houses, interiors, city gates and theatres in Silesia, Berlin,...

  10. Langhans, Carl Gotthard | Encyclopedia.com

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    Langhans, Carl Gotthard (1732–1808). German architect from Silesia (now in Poland ), he became Oberbaurat (Chief Building Officer) in Breslau (now Wrocław), designing a number of Palladianesque buildings influenced by Erdmannsdorff 's work at Schloss Wörlitz.

  11. Carl Gotthard Langhans – Wikipedia

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    Carl Gotthard Langhans (* 15. Dezember 1732 in Landeshut, Schlesien; † 1. Oktober 1808 in Grüneiche bei Breslau) war ein deutscher Baumeister und zählt zu den bedeutendsten Architekten Berlins. Seine Werke gehören zu den frühesten Bauten des Klassizismus in Deutschland. Sein bekanntestes Werk ist das Brandenburger Tor in Berlin .

  12. Carl Gotthard Langhans - 1 Artwork, Bio & Shows on Artsy

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    Carl Gotthard Langhans was a Prussian architect and draftsman who designed Neoclassical palaces, churches, theaters, and interiors; he is best remembered as the architect of Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate. Langhans’s buildings are some of the earliest … Read more See all past shows and fair booths Overview Artworks Auction Results Featured Works