Lecture 10 - Lecture 10 1. Nave archade of gothic...

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Lecture 10 1. Nave archade of gothic structures a. Naom  b. Notre Dame de paris i. Three portals on the first floor. ii. Large amount of sculpture in timpana and archivaults c. Chartre d. Reims i. Nave, tall arches ii. Double rose windows. iii. Sculpture lines the wall of the inner side of the facade e. Amiens i. Tall, pale stone, plays with light conveyance. f. Sainte-Chapelle of Paris i. Most glazed, fold in color, completely covered in stained glass ii. Not among the tallest, but notable for glazing 2. Medieval Art: not terribly worried with strict numbering a. Le glise de Veselay,  i. Tympanum : christ and the mission of his disciples, hieratical scale universality.  1. Lintel, horizontal beam under the Tympanum: full of imaginary people  who are supposedly in the world 2. Archivaults: radiating lintel around the tympanum ii. Historiated Capitals:  Capitals of columns decorated with biblical stories. 
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