• Ancient Art History
    created also a heavenly spiritual glow within the buildings. Compare and contrast a Romanesque with a Gothic church. A fine example of Romanesque Architecture is the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. It has the typical layout of the nave with two side aisles and in the shape of the Latin cross...
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  • Development of Cathedral Architecture
    also considered mysterious and dark, quite different from the acropolis in ancient Greece. It is obvious that architecture continues to evolve over time and since there is a sharp contrast between the cathedrals of the Romanesque period and those of the periods before. Chronologically, the...
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  • Guyinarolleduppants
    Cantilever Construction 4. Trussed Construction Introduction The Historical Timeline of Architecture Egyptian Byzantine Pre-Historic NEAR EAST EGYPTIAN Greek Roman Early Christian Romanesque Gothic Renaissance GREEK ROMAN EARLY CHRISTIAN history of architecture...
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  • The Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres: How a Romanesque Basilica Became a French Gothic Masterpiece.
    . The general impression given by Romanesque architecture, in both ecclesiastical and secular buildings, is one of massive solidity and strength. In contrast with both the preceding Roman and later Gothic architecture in which the load bearing structural members are, or appear to be, columns...
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  • Art History
    Architecture  Another Romanesque church with gothic features (ribbed vaulting and pointed arches)  Final Exam o Essay 1 o Essay 2  Compare and contrast Greek and Roman sculpture • Classical Greek only...
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  • Art Notes
    know Acrylic is oil-based Watercolour is water-based Crusade; a battle forcing someone to change religion Guilds- a group of "anything" Leaning tower of Pisa- Romanesque period Time line: Egypt, Greece, Roman, byzantine, romanesque, renaissance and gothic Talking about the...
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  • Issues of Painting
    these cathedrals rose. In contrast to the Romanesque and Byzantine styles, the most noticeable feature of the art of the Gothic period is its increased naturalism. This quality, which first appeared in the work of Italian artists in the late 13th century, became the dominant painting style throughout...
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  • Medieval Times
    that expresses biblical themes while combining all previous elements together (byzantine, roman, celtic, and everything else we covered in class so far) and satisfies the info above (style, iconographic themes) 2. Discuss Romanesque art and architecture as a synthesis of art made in...
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  • Gothic Style and Its Influence on Modern Day Concept Arts
    SEMESTER II SESSION 2012/2013 GKA 2043 Research Methodology Title: The Study of Gothic Style and Its Influence on Modern Day Concept Arts Introduction: Gothic art flourished from the 12th century to the 16th century in Europe in response of the Byzantine and Romanesque tradition. Although...
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  • My Notes
    flourished during the high and late medieval period. It evolved from Romanesque architecture and was succeeded by Renaissance architecture. Gothic architecture is most familiar as the architecture of many of the great cathedrals, abbeys and churches of Europe. It is also the architecture of many...
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  • Art Histroy
    secular cities. 1. Discuss the general stylistic differences between Romanesque and Gothic sculpture. Architecture was at the center of the Romanesque art with its district characteristics, the art was very flat, ornamental, and abstract with arbitrary scales and proportions. They used symbols to...
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  • Religious Architecture Case Study
    Religious Architecture: Comparative Study (Wells Cathedral and Friday Mosque, Isfahan) The purpose of this research is to compare and contrast two selected religious buildings, one of which Islamic, and another that is Christian. This will respectively exemplify and illustrate the development...
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  • the romanesque period
    Gothic and Romanesque architecture are different architectural styles with certain similarities and many differences, the Romanesque period (8th century -1150 c.e) was influenced by the Byzantine and the Roman styles ,where the name Romanesque was carved out in the 1800s as it came with the barrel...
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  • Chapter 21 Art
    . b. . c. 11. Gentile da Fabriano’s Adoration of the Magi (FIG 21-9) is considered a masterpiece of the_______________ style. 12. In contrast to Gentile’s conservatism, Masaccio’s Tribute Money (FIG. 21-10) was revolutionary. List three of his innovations: a...
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  • Gothic Cathedrals
    than Romanesque churches. By 1200AD, people had more money available, and they could afford to spend more on building great churches. And, where many Romanesque churches had wooden roofs (which were always catching fire), Gothic churches had safer stone roofs. The two works of gothic cathedrals I choose to compare and contrast are the uniquely http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/medieval/architecture/gothic.htm...
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  • Urban Planning
    Roman Empire, great buildings were constructed according to precise rules. [pic] [pic] Early Christian and Medieval 373 to 500 AD. European architecture moved from the rectangular basilica forms to the classically inspired Byzantine style. [pic] Romanesque 500 to 1200 AD As Rome spread...
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  • Artisic Styles
    associated with Romanesque architecture; (2) it is stone; and (3) it is monumental. Gothic. Gothic style (12th to 13th centuries) in architecture took many forms, but we know it best through the Gothic cathedral, exemplified by the pointed, lancet, or Gothic arch. In its synthesis of intellect...
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  • Asthetics
    wrongdoer such as a miser is another popular subject.[8] Late Romanesque sculpture[edit] Gothic architecture is usually considered to begin with the design of the choir at the Abbey of Saint-Denis, north of Paris, by the Abbot Suger, consecrated 1144. The beginning of Gothic sculpture is usually...
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  • Gothic Arch
    . Gothic architecture is an outgrowth of Romanesque architecture and not an independent phenomenon in so much as the society of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries is an outgrowth of that of the preceding centuries. It is the expression of a later, more mature and stable society, building upon the...
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  • Gothic Cathedrals
    heavily colored). While the use of stained glass was limited during the Romanesque period, the first extensive use as in the rebuilding of St. Denis. As cathedrals became taller and wider, windows became larger to allow more space for stained glass. T Sources: · Encyclopedia Britannica '97. CD-ROM · "Gothic Architecture and Art". The Columbia Encyclopedia, Fifth Edition Copyright ©1993 · Janson and Janson. "History of Art"....
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