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ArtHistory-Test4-Images - Chartres France 1130 rebuilt 1190...

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Saint-Denis, France/1100 CE -tallest in Chartres, France/ 1130 rebuilt 1190 West façade, Chartres, France/1190 Chartres, France/1130 rebuilt 1190 Blue Virgin Window -Romanesque -robed in blue against a ruby background -swinging censers and holding candlesticks -dove decends on her head from above -beak connected with her halo by three blue rays
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Notre-Dame, Paris, 1180-1200 EAST SIDE FLYING BUTTRESSES Notre-Dame, Paris, 1180-1200 TYMPANUM, WEIGHING OF THE SOULS KINGS COLLEGE CHAPEL, CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, 1440 Amiens Cathedral, France, 1220
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Saint-Chapelle, France, 1240 Laon Cathedral (begun c. 1190) Visitation scene, jamb statues, Reims, c. 1230 Salisbury Cathedral, England, 1220-1330 -tallest in England -Spire measures 404 from ground to top -38 years to complete -English Gothic vs. French Gothic -Oldest working clock in world -holds a copy of the magna carta -towers on either side
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west facade Reims Cathedral (begun 1210) France Strasbourg Cathedral, France, 1230 Death Death of Virgin, Strasbourg Cathedral, France, 1230 altarpiece by Veit Stoss, commissioned for St. Mary's Church, Kraków, late 15th century.
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