Gothic influence on modern culture

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Gothic influence on modern culture

  1. 1. The eye of Ra Egyptian Ankh symbol of Life
  2. 2. Wiccan pentacle Satanic inverted pentacle
  3. 3. GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE  Started in 12th-century France  In the 16th century was known as the "French Style" Main features include:  Pointed arch  Ribbed vault  Flying buttress
  4. 4. Pointed Arches  Appeared in 2nd millennium BC in Mesopotamian Brick Architecture.  The ancient Romans learned the arch from the Etruscans Kylemore Gothic Church
  5. 5. Santa Maria de Leon Cathedral, Le
  6. 6. Duomo di Milano in Italy
  7. 7. Ribbed Vault  Ribbed Vaulting system was adopted as structural elements.  The interior of Gothic cathedral gives a feeling of spaciousness and great height. Vaulted Staircase of Christ Church, Oxford
  8. 8. Gothic rib-vault ceiling of the Saint-Séverin church in Paris San Sebastian Church in the Philippines
  9. 9. Flying Buttress  Flying Buttress was another principle element that developed in the developed in the Gothic Period.  Flying Buttresses were used as structural elements.  Flying buttresses are usually constructed on religious building. Notre Dame, Paris
  10. 10. Notre Dame, Paris
  11. 11. York Minster, England
  12. 12. GOTHIC ART Gothic is a style of Medieval art that developed in Northern France out of Romanesque art in 12th century AD
  13. 13. Categories In Gothic Art  Paintings  Frescoes  Stained glass  Manuscripts and printmaking  Altarpiece and panel painting  Sculptures  Monumental sculpture  Portable sculpture
  14. 14. Painting : Frescoes Crucifixion of Christ from a fresco in the Studenica Monastery, Serbia, 1209
  15. 15. Painting : Stained Glasses Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris begun Cathédrale de Notre- Dame de Reims, Reims, France
  16. 16. Painting : Manuscripts and printma Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux, by Jean Pucelle, Paris, 132
  17. 17. Sculptures : Monumental sculpture French ivory Virgin and Child, end of "Ukrainian Manifesto" The Magi at Strasbou
  18. 18. Painting : Portable sculpture Gargoyles at Notre Dame, Paris, by Viollet-le-Duc and Eugene Emmanuel (1814-79)
  19. 19. GOTHIC FILMS  Gothic films are described as films that draw from the Gothic tradition in literature. This means that they have dark and sometimes supernatural elements like:  Dark and doom and gloomy atmosphere  Graveyard, creeks, dark stairways, attics, abandoned buildings, monasteries  Monsters and Witches  Heroes and heroin in trouble
  20. 20. ACTORS/ ACTRESSESAngelina Jolie David Bowie
  21. 21. Johnny Depp Natalie Portman
  22. 22. FASHION
  23. 23. Early Gothic Period
  24. 24. Late Gothic Period
  25. 25. Padded doublets & Crisp pleats
  26. 26. Belts/corsets Leg of mutton sleeves
  27. 27. Victorian mourning style

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