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Equestrian portrait of Charlemange – bronze – 10” – 800s
GISLEBERTUS – Last Judgment – west typmanum of Saint- Lazare, Autun, Fr
Lions and Old Testament prophet – Saint Pierre, Moissac, Fr
Ascension of Christ and Mission of the Apostles – La Madeleine, Vezelay, Fr
Virgin and Child (Morgan Madonna) – Painted wood – 1150
Shroud of Turin
Rose Window –Chartres Cathedral, Fr
St Martin, Jerome, and Gregory – Chartres Cathedral – 1220
Saint Theodore – Chartres Cathedral, Fr
Christ (Beau Dieu) – trumeau statue of central doorway, Amiens Cathedral, Fr
Amiens Cathedral typanum
Visitation – Reims Cathedral, Fr
Virgin and Child (Virgin of Paris) – Notre-Dame, Fr – 1300s
Virgin with Dead Christ (Rottgen Pieta)
Saint-Denis, Ambulatory, France, begun 1140 Rib Vaults Lux Nova Abbot Sujer.
Giorgio Vasari, “The Father of Art History” gave the name to the ubiquitous buildings exploding from Spain to Scandinavia, due of his immense dislike of.
Saint-Denis, Ambulatory, France, begun Rib Vaults Lux Nova Abbot Suger This is the image on pg. 512.
AP Art History Chapter 18 – The Age of Great Cathedrals: Gothic Art.
Chapter 17. France & Northern Spain St. Sernin, Toulouse, France.
Chartres Cathedral. Chartres Cathedral ca west façade.
Romanesque to Gothic Architecture and Sculpture. St. Foy: Tympanum.
Review: Final Exam Romanesque and Gothic Art. Carolingian Art &13 Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, Germany ( ; Odo of Metz, architect)
The Medieval World Gothic Architecture AD.
UNIT Eight: the high middle ages. Romanesque Architecture Links to good romanesque web sites: Santiago de compostella.
Gothic Art Erica Ness Moreno Valley High School. Gothic Styles French Gothic - Chartres English Gothic – Salisbury Cathedral German Gothic - Cologne Italian.
Know Your Cathedrals! Notre Dame Reims Chartres Amiens Salisbury Saint Chapelle.
Romanesque Architecture and Sculptural Programs key ideas: Latin cross plan coherence of design: unity and symmetry heavy, thick walls and small windows.
French Gothic Stokstad, Ch. 16. French Gothic Art 16-2 and 7 Cathedral of Notre Dame, Chartres (c and later); plan Nave, c
Gothic Art The Age of the Great Cathedrals Chapter18 ans/Art101/Art101B-9-Gothic/
Romanesque Art Stokstad, Ch. 15. French Romanesque Art 15-1 Reliquary statue of Saint Foy (Saint Faith) (10th-11th century) Abbey Church of Saint Foy,
Façade of Reims Cathedral, France. The interior of the western end of Reims Cathedral.
Gothic Art France 12 th -14 th Centuries England 14 th Century (Italy covered in separate presentation)
Sante-Foy, Conques, France. Reliquary Statue of Sante Foy.
1 Chapter 18 The Age of the Great Cathedrals: Gothic Art Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 12e.
GOTHIC EUROPE GARDNER CHAPTER 18-2 PP THE GOTHIC CATHEDRAL The great cathedrals erected throughout Europe in the 12 th and 13 th centuries.
FRENCH HIGH GOTHIC. NOTRE –DAME- DE - PARIS, (LOOKING NORTH) HIGH GOTHIC -- FOUR LEVELS, TOP 2 = WINDOWS.
Giotto, Sermon to the Birds, c
Abbaye, cluny III (reconstruction), c St. sernin, toulouse, france,
Gothic Sculpture Comparative Civilizations 12 Kevin J. Benoy.
Chapter th & 12 th Century ( ) Increase in church construction due to the following: pilgrimages to visit relics (said to have healing.
Medieval Art and Architecture. Art Medieval art reflected many religious themes. Medieval art reflected many religious themes. Paintings and sculptures.
Gothic Cathedrals I.Role of Cathedral II.Microcosm of Medieval World.
Chapter 17 - ROMANESQUE Western Europe
Medieval Manuscripts and Sculpture Oct. 16, 2012.
What Do I Turn in before Midterm? The best drawings you have from each section: Shading - pedestals, single or multi-day still lives Self portrait.
Unit 7 Review Romanesque 1.Where did Romanesque art and architecture flourish during medieval times? (generally speaking, refer to the map of page 448)
Romanesque Pilgrimage and devotion. New Vocabulary Tympanum Ambulatory Apsidal Chapels Buttressing Archivolts Scriptorium Keep Portal Trumeau Pilasters.
ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE MIDDLE AGES. ROMANESQUE STYLE Truly began c Sprang up all over western Europe at the same time…regional differences.
WEST – MEDIEVAL Old St. Peter's Rome, begun c. 320.
The Christian Basilica Oct. 4, Introduction The Christian Basilica : A Building Type.
Gothic Art History 12 th century – 15 th century Architecture.
"Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris...was seminal in the evolution of the French Gothic style. It is 110 ft high—the first cathedral built on a truly monumental.
GOTHIC CATHEDRALS. Center of the Medieval World The Gothic Cathedral was generally the landmark building in its town, rising high above all other structures.
Gothic Art Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting.
Romanesque Sculpture. Bishop Bernward ’ s Doors, St. Michael ’ s, Hildesheim, Germany, 1015 Magdeburg Antependium, c Pre-Romanesque Sculpture.
Medieval Gothic C Emotion Passion Faith.
MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE ROMANESQUE STYLE. Main characteristics Latin cross design Round arches Massive stone walls Enormous piers or pillars Great thick.
Romanesque to Gothic. Light & Hope People had new hope The world did not end. Found in the architecture People had new hope The world did not.
ROMANESQUE EUROPE GARDNER CHAPTER 17-2 PP
Title: Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Amicus Artist: n/a Date: n/a Source/ Museum: n/a Medium: n/a Size: n/a.
Romanesque Art The Romanesque style describes art and architecture that was produced from the early 1100’s to about This was a period of great building.
Romanesque Sculpture K.J. Benoy. Introduction Monumental sculpture in stone did not really revive in the Carolingian and Ottonian periods. However,
The Four Tetrarchs, Venice c. 300 CE. Arch of Constantine, Rome, c. 312 – 15 CE.
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