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Gothic Art : 

Gothic Art High Middle Ages: 1150-1300

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Abbey church of Saint-Denis. Near Paris, France. 1135-1144. Under direction of Abbot Suger

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St. Etienne, Caen Autun sculptured portal

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Narthex: ribbed groin vaulting

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-Old building techniques -create new flowing space -use stained glass in a major way

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Suger’s Saint-Denis Saint-Denis finished in 13th century

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Chartes Cathedral, Chartes, France. begun 1134. Fire 1194. Building continued to 1260

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West façade (Royal Portal), Chartes Cathedral, Chartes, France. begun 1134

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Jesus’ earthly incarnation; Mary Christ’s Second Coming Christ’s Ascension

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Presentation in the Temple Annunciation and Visitation Nativity Liberal Arts South Portal

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Central Portal Apostles 24 Elders of the Apocalypse

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North Portal Angles; Apostles Zodiac signs; Labors of the months

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Frieze of capitals Entombment Entry into Jerusalem

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Jamb figures St. Pierre, Moissac

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triforium Lancet windows Flying buttress

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Tree of Jesse window, West façade, Chartes Cathedral. C. 1150-1170. Stained and painted glass

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Rose window and Lancets, North Portal, Chartes Cathedral. C. 1220. Stained and painted glass

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Amiens Cathedral, Amiens France. 1220-1288. Robert de Luzarches, Thomas de Cormont, and Renaud de Cormont Click for Gothic architectural vocabulary glossary

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West façade, Amiens Cathedral. C. 1220-1240, continued work through 15th c

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Christ and the apostles; Last Judgment; Beau Dieu trumeau Mary as Queen of Heaven Local saints; St. Firminin trumeau Quatrefoils

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Humility Prudence Chastity Charity Hope Pride Folly Lust Avarice Despair Vices and Virtues quatrefoils; Central portal

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Beau Dieu trumeau, West façade, Amiens Cathedral, 1220-1240.

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West Façade, Reims Cathedral, Reims, France. begun 1211-1311 (towers finished in 1406-1428) later

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Annunciation and Visitation, central portal, West façade, Reims Cathedral. Angel, Master of the Smiling Angels, 1255 Mary, Amiens Master, 1245 Mary and Elizabeth, Classical Master, 1230

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Romanesque elevation and section Gothic elevation and section

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Sainte-Chapelle, Paris. 1243-1248

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Lower chapel

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Sainte Chapelle, Upper Chapel

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Nativity and Passion, Tree of Jesse, Life of John the Baptist

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Queen Blanche of Castile and Louis IX, from Moralized Bible. Paris. 1226-1234. Ink, tempera, and gold leaf on vellum. 15 x 10 ½ ‘’

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Abraham, Sarah, and the 3 strangers, from the Psalter of St. Louis. Paris. 1253-1270. Ink, tempera, and gold leaf on vellum. 5 x 3 ½ ‘’

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Psalm 1 (Beatus Vir), from the Windmill Psalter. London. C. 1270-1280. Ink, pigments, and gold on vellum. 12 ¾ x 8 ¾’’

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Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, England. 1220-1258. (spire added 1320-1330)

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Church of St. Elizabeth, Marburg, Germany. 1235-1283

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Shrine of the 3 kings. Cologne Cathedral, Germany. C. 1190-1205. By Nicholas Verdun and workshop. Silver and gilded bronze with enamel and gemstones. 5’8’’ x 3’8’’

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Dormition of the Virgin. South transept portal tympanum, Strausbourg Cathedral, France. c. 1240

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Pulpit, in the BAPTISTRY at Pisa, Italy. By Nicola Pisano. 1260. Marble. H: 15’

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Nativity panel, from Nicola Pisano’s Baptisry pulpit.

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Pulpit in the CATHEDRAL, Pisa. By Giovanni Pisano. 1302-1310

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Nativity from the Pulpit in the CATHEDRAL, Pisa. By Giovanni Pisano. 1302-1310

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Coppo di Marcovaldo. Crucifix. Tuscany, Italy. C. 1250-1270. Tempera and gold on wood panel. 9’7’’ x 8’1

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The St. Francis Master. Life of St. Francis, Miracle of the Crib at Greccio. Church of St. Francis, Assisi, Italy. Fresco. Late 13th

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