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Review: Final Exam. Romanesque and Gothic Art. Carolingian Art. 14-12 &13 Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, Germany (792-805; Odo of Metz, architect) 14-17 Ebbo Gospels (c. 816-40): Page with St. Matthew the Evangelist.

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review final exam

Review: Final Exam

Romanesque and Gothic Art

carolingian art
Carolingian Art
  • 14-12 &13 Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, Germany (792-805; Odo of Metz, architect)
  • 14-17 Ebbo Gospels (c. 816-40): Page with St. Matthew the Evangelist.
  • 14-19 Outer Cover of the Lindau Gospels: Crucifixion with Angels and Mourning Figures (c. 870-80)
books
Books
  • Majuscules (capitals): based on Roman inscriptions; were used for formal writing, title, headings, and the finest manuscript
  • Minuscules (now called lowercase letters): used for more rapid writing and ordinary texts
  • Media: vellum or parchment (made of very fine animal skins such as calf)
  • Cover of gospel books: cross, crucifixion, evangelists, saints
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14-19 Outer Cover of the Lindau Gospels:Crucifixion with Angels and

Mourning Figures (c. 870-80)

french romanesque art
French Romanesque Art
  • 15-1 Reliquary statue of Saint Foy (Saint Faith) (10th-11th century)
  • Abbey Church of Saint Foy, Conques (mid 11th-12th century)
  • 15-6 Third Abbey Church of Saints Peter and Paul (Cluny III), Cluny, Burgundy 91088-1130; Gunzo and Hezelo, architects): reconstruction
  • Terms: Benedictine order, buttress, Clunic order, crossing, portal
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French Romanesque Art
  • 15-1 Reliquary of Saint Foy (Saint Faith), late 9th c.
  • 15-10 South portal and porch, Priory Church of saint Pierre, Moissac, c. 1115
  • 14-12 Gislebertus, Last Judgment tympanum on west portal, Cathedral of saint-Lazare, Autun, Burgundy, c. 1130-45
  • 15-13 Weighing of Souls, detail of Last Judgment
  • 15-14 Gislebertus, the Magi Asleep, Capital from the choir
  • 15-15 Virgin and Child, from the Auvergne region, late 12th century, Oak with polychromy
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14-12 Gislebertus, Last Judgment tympanum on west portal,

Cathedral of saint-Lazare, Autun, Burgundy, c. 1130-45

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14-12 Gislebertus, Last Judgment tympanum on west portal,

Cathedral of saint-Lazare, Autun, Burgundy, c. 1130-45

italian romanesque art
Italian Romanesque Art

15-41 Cathedral complex, Pisa

Cathedral (Busketos, architect; begun 1063)

Bell Tower (campanile): (Bonanno, architect; begun 1174)

15-42 Wiligelmus, Creation and Fall (1106-20): relief on the west façade of the Cathedral of Modena

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15-41 Cathedral complex, Pisa

Cathedral (Busketos, architect; begun 1063)

Bell Tower (campanile): (Bonanno, architect; begun 1174)

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15-42 Wiligelmus, Creation and Fall (1106-20): relief on the west façade of the

Cathedral of Modena, 1174)

french gothic art
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)

french gothic
French Gothic
  • 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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French Gothic
  • 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 Betrayal and Arrest of Chris,

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