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  • Chartres labeled as a gothic cathedral
  • Virgin and Child
  • Page called - Louis IX and Queen Blanche of Castille
  • Page with Abraham, Sarah, and the Three Strangers
  • Page with the Betrayal and Arrest of Christ (l) Page with the Annunciation (r)
  • Page with the Betrayal and Arrest of Christ (l) Page with the Annunciation (r)
  • Front of Shrine
  • Entrance Wall
  • Last Judgement
  • Last Judgment detail

Gothic art Gothic art Presentation Transcript

  • Gothic Art
  • Gothic Art in France
  • Ile-de-France
  • Characteristics of Gothic Style • Elegant soaring buildings • Light – through stained glass • Ribbed Groin vaults • Pointed Arch • Flying buttresses and high walls
  • Politics and Society • Development of Towns • Economy • Intellectual pursuits • Age of the Cathedral
  • Black Death: The Bubonic Plague
  • France
  • Suger, St. Denis, 1140-44, Gothic
  • Abbot Suger
  • Town
  • Ground plan
  • Exterior
  • Sculpture
  • Interior
  • Floor plan of choir
  • Interior with windows
  • Stained Glass Windows
  • Chartres Cathedral, c.1134-1220, Gothic
  • Gothic Art in France
  • Triforium
  • Flying Buttress
  • Ground plan
  • Nave
  • Royal Portal, West Façade Chartres, c.1145-55
  • Jamb Sculpture
  • Jamb Sculpture
  • Stained Glass
  • Details
  • Rose Window, Chartres Cathedral, c.1224, Gothic
  • Detail
  • Plate tracery and Bar tracery
  • Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris, 1163- c1270, Gothic
  • West Façade
  • Gargoyles
  • Nave drawing
  • Nave
  • Ground plan
  • Piers and Columns
  • Windows
  • Flying Buttresses
  • Portal Sculpture
  • Reims Cathedral, c.1211-1428
  • Annunciation & Visitation, c.1230-45, Gothic
  • Detail
  • Comparison
  • Detail
  • Sainte-Chapelle, c.1243-48, Rayonnant Gothic
  • Interior
  • Detail
  • Independent Sculpture
  • Virgin and Child, c.1339, International Gothic Style
  • Fleur-de-lis
  • Book Arts
  • Developments in Manuscript Illumination • Center moves to Paris • Rise of University – rise in books • Cottage industry • New types of books develop
  • Lodge Books • Tool of master mason • Visual guide • Describes how to create the elements
  • Bible Moralisee, 1266-34, Gothic
  • Psalter of Saint Louis, 1253-70, Court Style/Gothic
  • Other page
  • Pucelle, Book of Hours of Jeanne d’Evereux, c.1325-28, Gothic
  • Perpetual Calendar
  • Book of Hours of Jeanne d’Evereux
  • Annunciation detail
  • England
  • Political Situation • Plantagenet dynasty (1154-1485) • Conflicts • Territory changes • Great Patrons of the Arts/Architecture
  • Cistercian Example
  • Salisbury Cathedral, c.1220-58, English Gothic
  • Interior
  • Gothic Castle layout
  • Germany & The Holy Roman Empire
  • Political Situation • Decentralized • Hall church • Emperors and patrons of the arts • Sculptural center - Mosan
  • Verdun, The Shrine of the Three Kings, c.1190-1205, Gothic
  • Ekkehard and Uta, c.1245-60, Gothic
  • Detail
  • Vesperbild, c.1330, Gothic
  • Italy
  • Political Situation • Age of division and economic expansion • Germany/Holy Roman Empire no longer a force • France & Spain & Papal Authority & Independent City States • Artist emerges end of 13th century
  • Painting
  • Cimabue, Virgin and Child Enthroned, c.1280, Gothic
  • Detail
  • Giotto, Arena Chapel, 1305-6, Gothic
  • Lamentation