Chapter 15 romanesque art

Chapter 15 romanesque art - Chapter 15: Romanesque Art, c....

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Chapter 15: Romanesque Art, c. 1000- 1150 First time for architecture in a while Feudalism develops (kings ruling small patches of land under the rule of the Holy Roman Emperor) Given the name Romanesque because it borrowed so much from Rome Uniform style that develops among most of western Europe simultaneously Developed by “mastermasons” Mastermasons just went around to build and construct throught Spain, France, Italy, England, Germany. Took same style with them. Were migratory There was no architecture or building because of biblical prophecies (apocalypse. Jesus separating out the damned from those going to heaven. Thought that it would come in the year 1000) There was no architecture either because people went on pilgrimages to see miraculous sites or relics. Now churches were needed to accommodate all these Christian worshippers to see an important relic.
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Plan, Santiago de Compostela 1078 – 1122 So many visitors. Needed to accommodate this. Saint James????????
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course ART 2385 taught by Professor Mymoseleychristian during the Fall '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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