Like the Gothic Revival, the Italianate Style has its roots in England’s Picturesque Movement. Most recognizable to the style are the vertically-oriented form with the signature tower or rooftop lantern, or cupola. Identifying features are heavy, ornate, door and window moldings as well as rounded window tops and segmented door crowns. Consistent with the elaboration of moldings are generally wider roof eaves supported by heavily bracketed cornices. For the first time, large panes of glass could be manufactured which could infill an entire sash.