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CH14 - Chapter 14 Artistic Innovations in Fifteenth-Century...

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Chapter 14: Artistic Innovations in Fifteenth-Century Northern Europe Economic expansion throughout Europe Burgeoning urban middle class Economies based on currency and wages give rise to “professional” class: bankers, lawyers, entrepeneurs Avignon Papal Schism (1378-1417) Increase in lay piety: people seek a more personal relationship with God through first-hand reading of and meditation on sacred texts Modern Devotion (Devotio Moderna)
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International Gothic Charles V Philip the Bold (1363)
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Claus Sluter, portal from Chartreuse de Champmol, 1385-93. Stone, Dijon, France trumeau, Margaret of Mâle, jamb figure
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South portal, jamb figures, Cathedral of Notre-Dame, ca. 1215-20 (left fig. 1230), Chartres, France Annunciation and Visitation , west portal, Cathedral of Notre-Dame, ca. 1230-65, Reims, France
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Annunciation and Visitation , west portal, Cathedral of Notre-Dame, ca. 1230-65, Reims, France Claus Sluter, portal from Chartreuse de Champmol, 1385-93. Stone, Dijon, France
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Limbourg Brothers, Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry , July page, 1413-16. Approx.
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