Romanesque Art Powerpoint-Midterm 4

Frescos more dominant towards ends of class style and

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Frescos (more  dominant  towards ends of  class) Style and  imagery is still  the same
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44 Figure 17-33 Entombment of Christ, fresco above the nave arcade, Sant’Angelo in Formis, near Capua, Italy, ca. 1085. Imagery that is different  Some influence from the  Byzantine Element of emotion There’s a structure  blocking the view, which  would usually be seen  behind
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45 Figure 17-34 Nave of the abbey church, Saint-Savin-sur-Gartempe, France. Painted barrel vault, ca. 1100.
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46 Figure 17-34 Detail Arcade of the apse © 2005 Saskia Cultural Documentation
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47 Figure 17-35 The vision of Hildegard of Bingen, detail of a facsimile of a lost folio in the Scivias by Hildegard of Bingen, from Trier or Bingen, Germany, ca. 1050– More  contemporary
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48 Figure 17-38 EADWINE THE SCRIBE(?), Eadwine the scribe at work, folio 283 verso of the Eadwine Psalter, ca. 1160–1170. Ink and tempera on vellum. Trinity College, Cambridge.
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49 Figure 17-40 Battle of Hastings Textile arts play a large  role Creative outlet for  female women Bayou Tapestry Tapestry: woven  together on loom Embroidery: starts with  existing woven  background and put  picture on it Really high and long, depicting the  Battle, building of ships 1060,  involved simple imagery, similar to a  frieze, depiction of comet in the  beginning
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50 Discussion Questions Identify key elements of Romanesque architecture. What factors sparked the increase in building of churches in Western Europe? Why do you think there was such a strong positive reception of the concept of relics in Romanesque society??
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