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Gothic. By: Brittany Prager , Nico Bellante , Zach Mastrovich , and Jack Kerry. Vocabulary. Rose Window A circular stained glass window Lancet A tall, narrow window ending in a pointed arch Bar Tracery

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Gothic

Gothic

By: Brittany Prager, NicoBellante, Zach Mastrovich, and Jack Kerry


Vocabulary
Vocabulary

  • Rose Window

    • A circular stained glass window

  • Lancet

    • A tall, narrow window ending in a pointed arch

  • Bar Tracery

    • The stained glass windows fill almost the entire opening and the stonework is unobtrusive,

  • Fan Vault

    • A characteristic of English perpendicular Gothic architecture in which radiating ribs form a fanlike pattern


French gothic
French Gothic

  • Notre Dame, 1180-1200

  • Paris, France

  • Gothic

  • Northern view of the cathedral, the side where the flying buttresses are visible.

  • Buttresses helped the cathedral counter the outward thrust caused by the nave vaults holding up the nave walls.

  • Amiens Cathedral, began in 1220

  • Amiens, France

  • Gothic

  • Extravagant jamb statues on either sides of the doors.

  • Contains vaults which elevate to a height of over 140 feet.


French gothic continued
French Gothic Continued

  • Belleville Breviary, 1325

  • Artist- Jean Pucelle

  • Paris, France

  • Fully modeled figures with a convincing perspective reveal his study of contemporary painting in Italy

  • Pucelle was also a very close observer of plants and fauna

  • Reims Cathedral, 1225-1290

  • Reims, France

  • Gothic

  • One of the largest Gothic churches.

  • Immense Jamb statues on the sides of the doors.


French Gothic

Continued

  • Rose Window from Chartres Cathedral, 1220

  • Chartres, France

  • Gothic

  • Stained-glass windows are almost Synonymous with Gothic Architecture.

  • Abbot Suger called this light, Lux Nova

  • Chartres Cathedral, 1220

  • Chartres, France

  • Gothic

  • This is the famous West Façade of the Cathedral.

  • The two towers are different designs because, often times during the construction of these Cathedrals would take so long that the style would change mid-construction.


Holy roman empire
Holy Roman Empire

  • Ekkehard and Uta, 1249-1255

  • Naumburg Cathedral, Germany

  • Gothic

  • The period costumes and the individualized features of these donor portraits give the impression that they posed for their statues and lived long before the sculptures time

  • Attached to columns and stand beneath architectural canopies

  • Virgin with the Dead Christ, 1300-1325

  • Rheinisches, Germany

  • Gothic

  • Virgin grieving over the distorted dead body of Christ reflects the widespread troubles of the 14th century

  • This work shows German interest in emotional imagery


Gothic cathedral
Gothic Cathedral

  • Saint-Maclou Cathedral, 1500-1514

  • Rouen, France

  • Gothic

  • Has immense flying buttresses to support one main and large tower.

  • Represents a departure from High Gothic, to late Gothic using the Flamboyant style.


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