About 37 results for the topic "high gothic"
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The “high gothic” cathedrals: chartres, 1194+. bourges, 1194. reims, 1210. amiens, 1220(transitioning to. rayonnant style). beauvais, 1225 (transitioning to.
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By jd kornwolf · 1975 · cited by 6 — high victorian gothic; or, the dilemma of style in. modern architecture. james d. kornwolf department of fine arts, college of william and mary.
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By r mark · 1984 · cited by 32 — of classic high gothic buildings such as. chartres and reims, and the wide, sta ble base makes the walls less susceptible to lateral deformation.
The principal structural features of what came to be called classical high. (literally high) gothic were cstablished at chartres and refined in t he later.
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High gothic: christian art and iconography of the 13th–14th century ... the exhibition aims to display the richness of gothic artforms.
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Coincides with the high gothic cathedrals of chartres and soissons, ... was also breathed into high gothic statuary. “the infinitely more lifelike.
By t vondráčková · 2016 · cited by 3 — due to the fact that the beginnings of gothic architecture are associated with france, the publication ... part of these buildings is very narrow high ...
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Reading: frankl, p., gothic architecture (ed. p. crossley). new haven, 2000. binding, g., high gothic. the age of the great cathedrals,.
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By a boström · cited by 13 — the figural sculpture of the high gothic period (1140– ... examples of gothic sculpture are ecclesiastical; church officials were the most important patrons ...