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French Gothic. Stokstad, Ch. 16. French Gothic Art. 16-2 and 7 Cathedral of Notre Dame, Chartres (c. 1134 and later); 16-12 plan 16-13 Nave, c. 1194-1220 North tower, 1507-13): with one of the stained glass window (16-14 Tree of Jesse, c. 1150-70)

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French Gothic

Stokstad, Ch. 16


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French Gothic Art

  • 16-2 and 7 Cathedral of Notre Dame, Chartres (c. 1134 and later); 16-12 plan

  • 16-13 Nave, c. 1194-1220

  • North tower, 1507-13): with one of the stained glass window (16-14 Tree of Jesse, c. 1150-70)

  • 16-8 Royal Portal, west façade (c. 1145-55): including central tympanum

  • 16-9 Jamb figures from central portal (Prophets and Ancestors of Christ)

  • 16-10 South transept entrance, left portal: Saint Stephen and Theodore (two jamb figures; c. 1210-35)

  • 16-16 Furrier’s shop, detail of Charlemagne Window








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16-10 South transept entrance, left portal: Saint Stephen and Theodore

(two jamb figures; c. 1210-35)



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Groin Vault and Theodore

Four-part rib vault

Complex rib vault







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French Gothic chapels 1270; spire 19th c.

  • 16-24 Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Reims, Rebuilding begun 1211-1260; Additional work 1406-28

  • 16-25 West facade, Annunciation, c. 1245 and Visitation, c. 1230

  • 16-28 Nave, Reims Cathedral. Begun at least 1211; nave c. 1220; finished for coronation of 1286

  • 16-29 Saint Chapelle, Paris, 1243-48; rose window 1490-95

  • 16-30 Interior, Saint Chapelle, Paris


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16-24 Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Reims, Rebuilding begun 1211-1260;

Additional work 1406-28


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16-24 West façade, Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Reims, Rebuilding begun 1211-1260;

Additional work 1406-28



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16-28 Nave, Reims Cathedral. Begun at least 1211; nave c. 1220;

finished for coronation of 1286




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French Gothic 1220;

  • 16-31 Virgin and Child, from the Abbey Church of Saint Denis, 1339

  • 16-33 Page with Louis IX and Queen Blanche of Castille, Moralized Bible, 1226-36

  • 16-36 Jean Pucelle. Pages with Betrayal and Arrest of Chris, and Annunciation, Book of Hours of Jeanne d’Evreux, c. 1325-28




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16-36 Jean Pucelle. Pages with Denis, 1339Betrayal and Arrest of Chris,

and Annunciation, Book of Hours of Jeanne d’Evreux, c. 1325-28


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