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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

    1. 1. Gothic Art
    2. 2. Gothic Art in France
    3. 3. Ile-de-France
    4. 4. Characteristics of Gothic Style • Elegant soaring buildings • Light – through stained glass • Ribbed Groin vaults • Pointed Arch • Flying buttresses and high walls
    5. 5. Politics and Society • Development of Towns • Economy • Intellectual pursuits • Age of the Cathedral
    6. 6. Black Death: The Bubonic Plague
    7. 7. France
    8. 8. Suger, St. Denis, 1140-44, Gothic
    9. 9. Abbot Suger
    10. 10. Town
    11. 11. Ground plan
    12. 12. Exterior
    13. 13. Sculpture
    14. 14. Interior
    15. 15. Floor plan of choir
    16. 16. Interior with windows
    17. 17. Stained Glass Windows
    18. 18. Chartres Cathedral, c.1134-1220, Gothic
    19. 19. Gothic Art in France
    20. 20. Triforium
    21. 21. Flying Buttress
    22. 22. Ground plan
    23. 23. Nave
    24. 24. Royal Portal, West Façade Chartres, c.1145-55
    25. 25. Jamb Sculpture
    26. 26. Jamb Sculpture
    27. 27. Stained Glass
    28. 28. Details
    29. 29. Rose Window, Chartres Cathedral, c.1224, Gothic
    30. 30. Detail
    31. 31. Plate tracery and Bar tracery
    32. 32. Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris, 1163- c1270, Gothic
    33. 33. West Façade
    34. 34. Gargoyles
    35. 35. Nave drawing
    36. 36. Nave
    37. 37. Ground plan
    38. 38. Piers and Columns
    39. 39. Windows
    40. 40. Flying Buttresses
    41. 41. Portal Sculpture
    42. 42. Reims Cathedral, c.1211-1428
    43. 43. Annunciation & Visitation, c.1230-45, Gothic
    44. 44. Detail
    45. 45. Comparison
    46. 46. Detail
    47. 47. Sainte-Chapelle, c.1243-48, Rayonnant Gothic
    48. 48. Interior
    49. 49. Detail
    50. 50. Independent Sculpture
    51. 51. Virgin and Child, c.1339, International Gothic Style
    52. 52. Fleur-de-lis
    53. 53. Book Arts
    54. 54. Developments in Manuscript Illumination • Center moves to Paris • Rise of University – rise in books • Cottage industry • New types of books develop
    55. 55. Lodge Books • Tool of master mason • Visual guide • Describes how to create the elements
    56. 56. Bible Moralisee, 1266-34, Gothic
    57. 57. Psalter of Saint Louis, 1253-70, Court Style/Gothic
    58. 58. Other page
    59. 59. Pucelle, Book of Hours of Jeanne d’Evereux, c.1325-28, Gothic
    60. 60. Perpetual Calendar
    61. 61. Book of Hours of Jeanne d’Evereux
    62. 62. Annunciation detail
    63. 63. England
    64. 64. Political Situation • Plantagenet dynasty (1154-1485) • Conflicts • Territory changes • Great Patrons of the Arts/Architecture
    65. 65. Cistercian Example
    66. 66. Salisbury Cathedral, c.1220-58, English Gothic
    67. 67. Interior
    68. 68. Gothic Castle layout
    69. 69. Germany & The Holy Roman Empire
    70. 70. Political Situation • Decentralized • Hall church • Emperors and patrons of the arts • Sculptural center - Mosan
    71. 71. Verdun, The Shrine of the Three Kings, c.1190-1205, Gothic
    72. 72. Ekkehard and Uta, c.1245-60, Gothic
    73. 73. Detail
    74. 74. Vesperbild, c.1330, Gothic
    75. 75. Italy
    76. 76. 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
    77. 77. Painting
    78. 78. Cimabue, Virgin and Child Enthroned, c.1280, Gothic
    79. 79. Detail
    80. 80. Giotto, Arena Chapel, 1305-6, Gothic
    81. 81. Lamentation

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