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Slides for November 29-December 10
Mature Gothic Art
- Chartres Cathedral. (See pages 260-264, 265-268).
- Reims Cathedral (Notre Dame). 1211-1428 (interrupted work)
- Amiens Cathedral.1218-1269, with additional work into the 19th century.
- Sculpture from Chartres of the 13th century.
- Amiens Cathedral, west portal. Including the Beau Dieu of the trumeau.
- Reims Cathedral. West facade, central portal. 1230-1255.
- Reims Cathedral. West portal, central doorway. The Annunciation and the Visitation.
Villard de Honnecourt. Here is his sketchbook.
- Wells Cathedral, begun circa 1220. Exterior and interior: nave and crossing.
- Salisbury Cathedral, 1220-1258. Exterior, plan, nave.
- William de Brailes. The Last Judgment. Manuscript illumination. 1230-1260.
German Churches and Their Decoration
- Church of St. Michael, Hildesheim. The painted ceiling, circa 1230.
- Church of St. Elizabeth, Marburg. 1233-1283. Hall church.
- Ekkehard and Uta, from west chapel sanctuary of Naumberg Cathedral, circa 1245-1260. Originally painted.
The Art of the French Court and the Rayonnant Style
- Upper chapel. Sainte Chapelle, Paris. 1243-1248.
- Page with Abraham, Sarah, and the Three Strangers. Psalter of St. Louis, Paris, 1253-1270.
Italian Gothic Art and Architecture
The International Gothic
Origins: the Paris court style and Sienese art. A brief
Just for Fun: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Romanesque and Gothic
An interest in the Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles can be seen in the U.S., especially in designs for churches and colleges
from the nineteenth century.
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Above right: Detail from Duccio, Madonna and
Child, circa 1300. A new acquistion by the
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.
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