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    • Romanesque Sculpture
      By: Lidia San Juan Garcia
    • What is Romanesque Sculpture?
      Romanesque Art is applied in romanesque sculpture
      Romanesque Sculpture followed the same steps and evolutions as the architecture
      The character of Romanesque sculpture is based on the imitation of roman and byzantine models.
    • Characteristics
      Romanesque sculpture follows the same steps than architecture.
      Certain rigidity of forms.
      Absence in the expressions of the figures.
      Adoption of flora and fauna.
    • Types of colleges
      Romanesque sculpture colleges where
      schools in wich people were teached to
      design sculptures.
      European college.
      Irish college.
      Anglosaxon college.
      French college.
    • European college
      Until the last years of the XI century, there weren’t Romanesque Sculpture colleges. They won importance and have been developed in the XII century.
    • Irish college
      This college is developed from the VII century and is characterized by the caligraphic motives that became ornamental motifs in the sculpture.
    • Anglosaxon college
      It has the same characteristics as the Irish college.
    • French colleges
      There were formed during the XII century. In all the colleges, figures of The Virgin with her son on her knees seated in her throne were represented.
    • Websites where I have found the imformation:
      www.wikipedia.org
      www.google.com/imagenes