GothicArt2 - Stained glass window Psalter of Blanche of...

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GOTHIC ART 2 (12.10.09) Illuminated books now also commissioned by lay patrons (royal family) and produced in the cities (Paris) in secular workshops Style: swaying, elongated tiny figures, lyrical sweeps of folds in drapery, grace, exaggerated poses, facial expressions of either sorrow or joy=humanization of the sacred persons to engage the emotions of the viewer The rise of the artist (they begin to have names, i.e. Jean Pucelle, Master Honoré) Spatial illusionism in painting (through contacts with Italy)
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Virgin of Jeanne d’Evreux, 1339 Reims, West façade: Visitation, 1230-33
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Death of the Virgin. Tympanum of Strasbourg Cathedral (France), ca. 1230
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Röttgen Pietà (Virgin with the dead Christ), Germany, ca. 1300- 1325
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Throne of Wisdom, Auvergne (France) 13th century (Romanesque)
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Sainte Chapelle (Paris), reign of Loius IX (1226-1270)
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Dedication page of Moralized Bible (1226-34): Blanche of Castile, Louis IX, and 2 monks
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Illuminated page from Moralized Bible (Bible moralisée) 13th century. Patron: Blanche of Castile
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Moralized Bible of Blanche of Castile, 13th cent
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Unformatted text preview: Stained glass window Psalter of Blanche of Castile, ca. 1230 Stained glass Psalter of Louis IX, 1253-70 Sainte Chapelle Psalter of Louis IX, 1253-70 Utrecht Psalter, 9th cent. Master Honor: David anointed by Samuel and David and Goliath. Breviary of Philippe le Bel from Paris (1296) Jean Pucelle: Betrayal of Christ and Annunciation. From the Book of Hours by Jeanne dEvreux, 1325-1328 Jean Pucelle: Annunciation, 1325-28 Duccio, Annunciation from Maest, 1308-11 Nicola Pisano, Marble pulpit. 1260. Baptistery, Pisa (1260) Nicola Pisano, Annunciation, Nativity. Pisa pulpit, 1260 Nicola Pisano, personification of a virtue (strength). From Pisa marble pulpit, 1260 Arnolfo di Cambio: Adoration of the Magi, S. Maria Maggiore, Rome (Italy), ca. 1300 Arnolfo di Cambio: details from the Nativity Giotto, Lamentation, Arena Chapel, Padua (Italy) 1305-1306 Detail of Giottos Lamentation (1305-06) and Rttgen Piet (1300-1325) Giotto: often considered to have initiated the birth of Renaissance painting THE END...
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