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Romanesque

  1. 1. THE ROMANESQUE
  2. 2.  Historical Context Architecture. The Mudéjar style. Sculpture and Painting. Juan A. Luque
  3. 3.  Europe XI – XIII Centuries FEUDALISM It’s called Romanesque because of the use of Ancient Roman’s technical solutions (arc, vaux,…) It’s basically a RELIGIOUS art.
  4. 4. HISTORYPATRONAGE RURALARISTOCRACY COMMUNITIES THEOCRACY & CHURCH Church, monastery
  5. 5. ROMANESQUE
  6. 6. SANT JAMES’ WAY
  7. 7. MONASTERY OF CLUNY
  8. 8. ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE  CARACHTERISTIQUES
  9. 9. ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE AUSTERITY very few ornaments SIMPLICITY simple forms SOLIDITY very thick walls
  10. 10. MADE TO LAST FOR EVER  STONE  STONE is heavy…  Thick walls
  11. 11. WALLS Thick WALLS Regular ASHLARS it looks SOLID SMALL windows
  12. 12. WALLS
  13. 13. ROUND ARCH
  14. 14. BARREL VAULT In the beggining wooden roofs
  15. 15. BARREL VAULT
  16. 16.  PILLARS between NAVES
  17. 17. BUTTRESSES
  18. 18. ROMANESQUE FLOOR PLAN
  19. 19. ROMANESQUE FLOOR PLAN
  20. 20. ROMANESQUE PORTAL Pedagogical Here is where the SCULPTURE is
  21. 21. ROMANESQUE PORTAL
  22. 22. EL MUDÉJAR Mudajjan , meaning "domesticated", in a reference to the Muslims who submitted to the rule of the Christian kings In erecting Romanesque buildings (Gothic and Renaissance too), builders used elements of Islamic art Use of BRICKS in a geometrical character Only in Spain
  23. 23. EL MUDÉJAR
  24. 24. EL MUDÉJAR
  25. 25. EL MUDÉJAR

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