About 35 results for the topic "romanesque"
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By m schapiro · 1939 · cited by 121 — the sudden emergence of romanesque art in spain has been explained by ... in silos the opposition of mozarabic and romanesque is hardly so thorough as would.
By m camille · 1994 · cited by 36 — romanesque art') and wholly free from the postmodern disimulations, desire and difference of our ... ten volumes of romanesque sculpture of the pilgrimage.
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Romanesque architecture is the style that was established on the decay of the roman architecture, and spread in the non-byzantine countries.
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Most romanesque sculpture is limited to high relief tympanums, elaborately decorated arches and capitals, (therefore is known as architectural sculpture). as ...
Romanesque means “roman-like”, and was an architectural movement characterised by rounded. roman arches and thick, heavy walls. it was common throughout europe ...
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English phases: •. early – solid/void ratio in walls more solid than french, wall buttresses, dominant central spire at crossing, not on west facade.
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By jw east · 2016 · cited by 2 — romanesque building, the large sydney retail complex known as the queen victoria ... never a medieval romanesque architecture in australia, and therefore it ...
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By ca cain · 2016 · cited by 1 — preexisting styles of architecture: romanesque and gothic. combining analysis of the buildings with numerical coding of five particular architectural ...
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Compared to a gothic or more recent style, the second romanesque art of ... of the mediaeval abbey of moissac there survive to-day the romanesque cloister,.