1. The opening of the video shows a number of Gothic cathedrals. What are your impressions of the cathedrals? What do you notice about them?
I think the cathedrals were made into to scary of a fashion. The Gargoyles and pointed banisters make the church seem more like a prison than somewhere to be welcomed, but the cathedrals nonetheless are such impressive structures.
2. How did Gothic architecture change from previous time periods? What was new about Gothic architecture?
Sometime in the past the walls of the cathedrals were bulky and small. Then when time started to progress the walls became tall narrow and had glass incorporated into them, making their structure even more unbelievable.
3. How does the pointed …show more content…
1. How did art in Russia change after the "conversion"?
Russia began to gain a new religion. With religion comes new art, customs, and muses. Russia began to gain more from its previous through new things to draw, paint, and sculpt.
2. Describe Novgorod art. How is it different from or similar to Byzantine art?
Novgorod art tried its hardest to preserve Byzantine art but also to put its own take to it. Keeping the same color scheme, but with softer faces lighter color palette and stronger rhythmic lines.
3. How did social and political events influence the art produced in Russia?
The change in russia began something anew in the great country. The country began to get muses from the new religion facing them. Their leader begaN to follow something most new not of so the people of Russia had to manifest their thoughts and feelings in some way.
4. What is your favorite piece of art from this exhibition? Why?
I love “St.George Slaying The Dragon”. Its color scheme is just beautiful. The way the red contrasts with the darker colors on top make it visually