Romanesque Art in Europe
1000-1250
“ Shortly after the year 1000, …the very world had shaken itself, and casting off her o...
Romanesque
 Architecture
Five centuries between the fall of Rome in 479 until the new millennium architecture came to a ha...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tTyfCZBDb8
Nave, Abbey Church of Ste.-Foy, Conques, France, 
c. early11th  Century, Patron Abbot Odolric
c. 1052, cloister began by A...
Nave
Aisle 
Crossing
Choir
Transept
Chancel
Apse
Ambulatory
Radiating chapel
Plan of Abbey Church of Saint-Foy
Pentecost, the Peoples of the Earth and Saint John the Baptist,
Abbey Church of la Madeleine, Vézelay, France, 1120-1132
Cloister pier with relief of Abbot Durand,
 Saint-Pierre Moissac, 1047-1172
Last Judgment, Cathedral of Saint-Lazare, Autun, 1130-1145
"Weighing the Souls of the Damned"
Tympanum Romanesque Sculptures of Gislebertus
Cathedrale St-Lazare, Autun, Sa...
Mont. Saint Michel, Normandy, France, 1024-1084
Motto of the monks:
 “Ora et Labora”
Nave of Mont Saint Michel:
Three layer walls:
Ground floor
Tribune gallery
Clerestory windows
Cathedral of Pisa and 
campanile, 1063-1350.
Bayeux Tapestry, 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtGoBZ4D4_E
Romanesque art in Europe ppt
Romanesque art in Europe ppt
Romanesque art in Europe ppt
Romanesque art in Europe ppt
Romanesque art in Europe ppt
Romanesque art in Europe ppt
Romanesque art in Europe ppt
Romanesque art in Europe ppt
Romanesque art in Europe ppt
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  1. 1. Romanesque Art in Europe 1000-1250 “ Shortly after the year 1000, …the very world had shaken itself, and casting off her old garments was clothing herself everywhere in a white robe of churches.” Monk Ralph Glaber, 1050
  2. 2. Romanesque Architecture Five centuries between the fall of Rome in 479 until the new millennium architecture came to a halt. Roads, sanitation, water, and Roman laws disappeared Every building was destroyed soon after its erection by the illiterate barbarian tribes When the world did not end with the second coming and wars and destruction abated, building once again flourished with castles and churches in Europe Massive walls for protection on both.
  3. 3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tTyfCZBDb8
  4. 4. Nave, Abbey Church of Ste.-Foy, Conques, France, c. early11th Century, Patron Abbot Odolric c. 1052, cloister began by Abbot Begon
  5. 5. Nave Aisle Crossing Choir Transept Chancel Apse Ambulatory Radiating chapel Plan of Abbey Church of Saint-Foy
  6. 6. Pentecost, the Peoples of the Earth and Saint John the Baptist, Abbey Church of la Madeleine, Vézelay, France, 1120-1132
  7. 7. Cloister pier with relief of Abbot Durand, Saint-Pierre Moissac, 1047-1172
  8. 8. Last Judgment, Cathedral of Saint-Lazare, Autun, 1130-1145
  9. 9. "Weighing the Souls of the Damned" Tympanum Romanesque Sculptures of Gislebertus Cathedrale St-Lazare, Autun, Saone-et-Loire
  10. 10. Mont. Saint Michel, Normandy, France, 1024-1084 Motto of the monks: “Ora et Labora”
  11. 11. Nave of Mont Saint Michel: Three layer walls: Ground floor Tribune gallery Clerestory windows
  12. 12. Cathedral of Pisa and campanile, 1063-1350.
  13. 13. Bayeux Tapestry, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtGoBZ4D4_E

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