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Gothic Art France 12 th -14 th Centuries England 14 th Century (Italy covered in separate presentation)
Comparative cathedral nave elevations: Paris, H. 115' (35 M), W. 40' (12 M); Chartres, H. 120' (37 M), W. 45' 6" (17 M); Reims H. 125' (38 M), W. 46' (14 M); Amiens, H. 144' (44 M), W. 48' (15 M)
Saint-Denis, , Saint-Denis, France 1 st Gothic Church
Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris. View from the South. Begun 1163; choir chapels, 1270s; crossing spire, 19th-century replacement
West Façade, Chartres Cathedral, West façade begun c. 1134; cathedral rebuilt after a fire in 1194; building continued to 1260; north spire 1507–1, Chartres, France High Gothic
Chartres Cathedral, air view* from Southeast
Nave, Chartres Cathedral
Chartres Cathedral, plan
West façade, Amiens Cathedral Height of figures, 7–8‘, 1220–36/40 and continued through the 15th century,Amiens, France High Gothic
Plan of Amiens
Nave, Amiens Cathedral
Quatrefoils, West façade, Amiens Cathedral
Salisbury Cathedral, 1220–58; west façade finished 1265; spire c. 1320–30; cloister and chapter house 1263–84. Salisbury, England English Gothic
Salisbury Cathedral, Plan
Nave, Salisbury Cathedral Salisbury, England
Upper Chapel, Sainte-Chapelle 1243–48, Paris Rayonnant Gothic
Saint-Maclou, , Rouen, France Flamboyant Style
Dormition (Death) of The Virgin, c South transept portal tympanum, Strasbourg Cathedral, Strasbourg, France
Ekkehard and Uta, Stone, originally polychromed, approx. 6'2”, c. 1245–60 West chapel, Naumburg Cathedral, Naumburg, Germany
Saint Maurice, Dark sandstone with traces of polychromy, c. 1240–50 Magdeburg Cathedral, Magdeburg, Germany
West Façade, Central Portal, Right Side, Reims Cathedral
Royal Portal, West Façade, Chartres Cathedral,
Virgin of Paris, early 14 th century, Notre Dame, Paris
Rottgen Pieta, wood, 1300, Bonn, Germany
Masons At Work
Page with Queen Blanche of Castile and Louis IX, Moralized Bible, Ink, tempera, and gold leaf on vellum 15 x 10½“, 1226–34,Paris
Scenes from Genesis. c. 1200– Europe in the Gothic Era.
Title: Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Amicus Artist: n/a Date: n/a Source/ Museum: n/a Medium: n/a Size: n/a.
SCENES FROM GENESIS Detail of the Good Samaritan Window, south aisle of nave, Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Chartres, France. c Stained and painted.
12 th and 13 th Century Gothic Art Abbey Church of Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France, France.
French Gothic Stokstad, Ch. 16. French Gothic Art 16-2 and 7 Cathedral of Notre Dame, Chartres (c and later); plan Nave, c
Know Your Cathedrals! Notre Dame Reims Chartres Amiens Salisbury Saint Chapelle.
Gothic Art The Age of the Great Cathedrals Chapter18 ans/Art101/Art101B-9-Gothic/
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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.
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Façade of Reims Cathedral, France. The interior of the western end of Reims Cathedral.
Saint-Denis, Ambulatory, France, begun Rib Vaults Lux Nova Abbot Suger This is the image on pg. 512.
Guess that GOTHIC Period!. Notre Dame Cathedral HIGH FRENCH GOTHIC.
Approaching Chartres…. Chartres Cathedral, France, c
Chartres Cathedral. Chartres Cathedral ca west façade.
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Gothic 2. Title: Virgin with child Medium: silver gilt and enamel Size: 27 1/8 “ Date: 1339 Source/ Museum: Louvre Abbey Church of Saint-Dennis Inscription.
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Gothic 1 Part 2. Artist: n/a Title: Royal Portal, West Façade, Chartres Cathedral. Detail: Prophets and Ancestors of Christ (Kings and Queens of Judea)
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Medieval Gothic C Emotion Passion Faith.
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Giotto, Sermon to the Birds, c
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Gothic Architecture Medieval Europe. Gothic Cathedrals The Gothic period lasted from the late 1100's to the 1500's. Most Romanesque cathedrals had been.
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