MOZARABIC ART The principal characteristics thatdefine the Mozarabic architecture        are the following:
• Use of the horseshoe arch• Use of the column as support, crowned by a  capital decorated with very stylized vegetable  e...
San Millán de la Cogolla    Yuso (La Rioja)
MUDEJAR ART• The Mudejars had a rich artistic culture and  their artistic style had a strong influence on  Christian Gothi...
Virgen de la Vega Toro (Zamora)
ROMANESQUE ART
ARCHITECTURE• Romanesque art first appeared on the Iberian  Peninsula along the new pilgrim routes going  to Santiago the ...
ROMANESQUE FLOOR PLAN                               crossing              Side aislesMainentrance                         ...
BARREL VAULT AND BUTTRESSES                       Buttresses
Flyingbuttresses•In Romanesqueart architects donot use flyingbuttresses.•Flying buttressesare used in Gothicart
Kingdom of Leon and Castile       Romanesque churches• Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela• San Martin de Frómista (Palenc...
Santiago de CompostelaWesterntowers                  Dome              Transep              t                             ...
San Martin de Fromista
Santo Domingo (Soria)
CATALONIA• Ripoll Monastery• San Clemente y Santa María de Tahüll
Crown of Aragon• Eunate Monastery• San Miguel de Estella
SCULPTURE• In Romanesque churches, the facades and  columns were highly decorated.
PAINTING• Romanesque paintings often depicted Christ  and the Virgin.• They also showed everyday scenes
Romanesque paintings      Tahüll
San Baudelio de Berlanga
San Isidoro de León
The Camino the Santiago• Alfonso II, king of Asturias, ordered a church  to be built were legend says St. James, s tomb  l...
PILGRIM                               ShellGourd                          symbolizing(calabaza) for                 St Jam...
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Arte mozarabe, mudejar, romanico

  1. 1. MOZARABIC ART The principal characteristics thatdefine the Mozarabic architecture are the following:
  2. 2. • Use of the horseshoe arch• Use of the column as support, crowned by a capital decorated with very stylized vegetable elements.• These features shows the Muslim influence
  3. 3. San Millán de la Cogolla Yuso (La Rioja)
  4. 4. MUDEJAR ART• The Mudejars had a rich artistic culture and their artistic style had a strong influence on Christian Gothic style• The Mudéjar style is a mix of techniques and ways of understanding architecture resulting from Muslim and Christian cultures living side by side.
  5. 5. Virgen de la Vega Toro (Zamora)
  6. 6. ROMANESQUE ART
  7. 7. ARCHITECTURE• Romanesque art first appeared on the Iberian Peninsula along the new pilgrim routes going to Santiago the Compostela.• The main elements of Romanesque churches were:- Floor plan in the shape of a Latin cross- barrel vault and- buttresses.
  8. 8. ROMANESQUE FLOOR PLAN crossing Side aislesMainentrance apse ambulatory Central nave transept
  9. 9. BARREL VAULT AND BUTTRESSES Buttresses
  10. 10. Flyingbuttresses•In Romanesqueart architects donot use flyingbuttresses.•Flying buttressesare used in Gothicart
  11. 11. Kingdom of Leon and Castile Romanesque churches• Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela• San Martin de Frómista (Palencia)• Santo Domingo (Soria)
  12. 12. Santiago de CompostelaWesterntowers Dome Transep t Portico de la Gloria Apse Ambulatory Facade Absidioles
  13. 13. San Martin de Fromista
  14. 14. Santo Domingo (Soria)
  15. 15. CATALONIA• Ripoll Monastery• San Clemente y Santa María de Tahüll
  16. 16. Crown of Aragon• Eunate Monastery• San Miguel de Estella
  17. 17. SCULPTURE• In Romanesque churches, the facades and columns were highly decorated.
  18. 18. PAINTING• Romanesque paintings often depicted Christ and the Virgin.• They also showed everyday scenes
  19. 19. Romanesque paintings Tahüll
  20. 20. San Baudelio de Berlanga
  21. 21. San Isidoro de León
  22. 22. The Camino the Santiago• Alfonso II, king of Asturias, ordered a church to be built were legend says St. James, s tomb lay.• From the 11th century, this church became a mayor pilgrimage site for Christians.• The route that the pilgrims took became known as St. James, s Way or Camino de Santiago
  23. 23. PILGRIM ShellGourd symbolizing(calabaza) for St Jamescarrying water Way Bag for food Walking stick
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