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Middle Ages

  1. 1. Celtic • Romanesque • Gothic
  2. 2.  Expansive history that covers many regions & cultures  Practiced by the people of Ireland and parts of Britain  Interlace patterns introduced from the Mediterranean with German origins but were used enthusiastically by the Celtic.  Metal works  Brooches  Illuminated Manuscripts: highly decorative scripts
  3. 3.  Illuminated manuscript that includes the four gospels of the New Testament  Created by Celtic monks  Ireland’s finest national treasure  Vibrant colors, traditional Christian iconography, Celtic knots  Trinity College Library, Dublin
  4. 4.  Term Romanesque comes from the rounded arches and columns from Roman art  Roman Catholic Church established and strong = church construction  Better materials = larger buildings  Relief sculptures were common as most church goers were illiterate  Metal Works  Illuminated Manuscripts
  5. 5.  Medieval art developed in France from Romanesque art and spread throughout Europe, especially Germany  Primary media: sculpture, panel painting, stained glass, fresco (Mural painting on fresh plaster with pigment and water) and illuminated manuscripts  Architecture is the key identifying feature and recognizably different from Romanesque styles
  6. 6.  Innovations in architecture produced the highest cathedrals of it’s time  Mosaics told stories  Belief that the cathedral could inspire parishioners to meditation and belief  http://fromparis.com/vi rtual-tour-notre- dame/notre-dame- tenor-bell.html
  7. 7. Jamb statues, 1145-1170, Chartres Cathedral  Started off very long and lean  Around 75 years later rounded figures emerged
  8. 8. Visitation, Jamb sculptures, 1230, Reims Cathedral

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  • Decorative borders, initials, or illustrations complimented by gold or silver
  • In Latin, year 800,
  • Gospel of John and Matthew and enthroned christ
  • Gloucester candlesticks, brass, biblical subject manner, creation, fall of man, death/res, jonah, daniel, nativity
  • AfterAristolte’s writings, the human figure was an acceptable subject, ENVELOPE OF THE SOUL, shartr, JAMB is side of a doorway or window frame
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