1. Revival of Gothic forms and motifs, freely used in an eclectic mix, as in the Midland Grand Hotel, St Pancras Station, London (1868–74), by George Gilbert Scott.
2. Late-C19 style, in which Arts-and-Crafts and other influences were mingled, creating a non-archaeological, scholarly, yet highly individual style. Examples include work by Caröe, Temple Moore, Charles Nicholson, Sedding, Shaw, and others.
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