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    Late Gothic Architecture Chartres Cathedral, High Gothic (Chartres, 1194 - 1220)
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    St. Denis, Rayonnant Gothic (Paris, new nave, transept, crossing, choir: after  1231)
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    Ste. Chapelle, Rayonnant Gothic patron:  Louis IX (Paris, 1241 - 1248)
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    House of Jacques Coeur, late French Gothic patron:  Jacques Coeur (Bourges, begun in 1431)
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    Hotel Dieu, late French Gothic patron:  Nicholas Rolin (Beaune, 1443 - 1452)
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    Lady Chapel, Decorated Gothic (Ely, ca. 1321)
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    choir of Gloucester cathedral, Perpendicular Gothic patron:  Edward III (Gloucester, 1337 - 1367)
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    tierceron vault fan vault choir of Gloucester cathedral Gloucester cloister walk
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    Henry VII Chapel at Westminster Abbey, 
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Unformatted text preview: Perpendicular Gothic patron: Henry VII (London, ca. 1510) Mendicant Architecture Fontenay Abbey (actually Romanesque architecture, for the Cistercian Order, but highly influential for Mendicant architecture) (Fontenay, 1130 - 1147) church of the Jacobins, Mendican architecture for the Dominican Order (Toulouse, ca. 1260 - 1340) Santa Croce, Mendicant architecture for the Franciscans (Florence, begun 1295) Medieval Architecture in Italy Palazzo Vecchio for the civic government (Florence, 1299 - ca. 1320) dome of Santa Maria dei Fiori by Filippo Brunelleschi for the civic government (Florence, 1418 - 1436)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course ARC 2423 taught by Professor Alexander during the Spring '07 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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