What are pseudosamples?

Pseudoscopes are imitations of older styles. One example is neo-gothic and neo-gothic.  Pseudosamples were the domain of architects and artists in the 19th century. Pseudosloh, or eclecticism, is generally referred to as a way of making drawings from foreign works and wagons. This style refers to historical periods and allows to combine the characters of individual imperfections. The pseudo-style was followed by the Art Nouveau.