Gothic Art 1 - triforium(blind arcade between nave arcade...

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Rome, Summer Study Abroad – this summer????????? Or Paris??
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GOTHIC ART 1 Age of cathedrals, esp. around Paris Architecture: pointed arch, ribbed vault, flying buttresses, stained glass. Effects: soaring verticality, lightness and multicolored light, less and less stone – more and more windows, thinner walls Portal sculpture: assumes three-dimensional form, liberates itself from architecture, classicizing features. The monsters and deformed relief figures from Romanesque art are gone
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Parthenon, 5th century BC Reims, 13th cenury
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S. Denis (France) Plan of S. Denis with new choir (1143-44)
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S. Sernin (Toulouse) Romanesque S. Denis with new Gothic choir
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Choir of S. Denis, 1143-44 (ribbed vaulting + pointed arch)
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Notre Dame, Paris Remodeled in 1220’ties
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Notre Dame, Paris. Flying buttresses supporting interior vaulting
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Gothic invention: Flying buttresses
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Cathedral of Chartres Remodeled 1220’ties
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Cathedral of Chartres. Nave with pointed arches, clerestory in stained glass and a
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Unformatted text preview: triforium (blind arcade between nave arcade and clerestory) West portal of Chartres, 1145-70. Jamb figures from Old Testament Isaiah, S. Pierre at Moissac (Romanesque) Jamb figures at Chartres west portal (Gothic) Chartres, north transept façade, 1210-30: Old Testament figures Individuality through facial expressions and costumes. Movement Chartres Jamb figures, west portal (1145-70) Jamb figures, north transept (1210-30) Visitation conflict Conflict Harmony Liberation Chartres. Interior. Stained glass The Gothic climax: Reims Cathedral S. Sernin. Interior. Romanesque Reims Cathedral. Gothic West façade of Reims Cathedral Jamb figures of Annunciation (1245-55) and Visitation (1230-33) Chartres north transept (1210-30) Reims west portal (1230-33) Elisabeth: Reims, west portal (1230-33) Classic Greek Goddess Angel from Annunciation, Reims west Archaic Greek statue S. Chapelle, Paris (mid 13th century) Gothic rayonnant , S. Chapelle (Paris)...
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