There was Blondie on has right and a lovely Italianate brunette on the other side.
Against the fair, boyish face of Nevers you had to set the saturnine Italianate countenance of Gonzague.
Mr. Brokenshire's richly Italianate dwelling was to her just a house.
The truth is that he passed a large part of his life in Italy and that his landscape is Italianate.
Mr. Bolster's house was a pretentious building in the Italianate Gothic style, with Byzantine and other features.
This was a tall, graceful Italianate man, who carried his fifty years with the grace and ease of thirty.
One expects a classic severity and simplicity, and instead it is paint and Italianate curves.
Even the domestic affections are at a low ebb; and the grand tour brings back a new species of Italianate Englishman.
The choir stalls (1520-29) are masterpieces; Italianate fawns and Bacchantes are placed beside sacred personages.
Near the house was an Italianate garden, with balustradings and statuary, and a great wealth of roses and flowering shrubs.