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Gothic art / Victoria Charles and Klaus H. Carl ; [translator, Andrea Hacker].

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Author
Charles, Victoria,
Publication Info.
New York : Parkstone Press international, [2016]

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Description
1 online resource : color illustrations.
Series
Art of century collection
Art of century collection.
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references.
Description based on
Print version record.
Summary
Gothic art finds its roots in the powerful architecture of the cathedrals of northern France. It is a medieval art movement that evolved throughout Europe for more than 200 years. Leaving curved Roman forms behind, the architects started using flying buttresses and pointed arches to open cathedrals to the daylight. A period of great economic and social change, the gothic era also saw the development of a new iconography celebrating the Holy Mary, in contrast to the fearful themes of dark Roman times. Full of rich changes in all the different arts (architecture, sculpture, painting, etc.), Gothi.
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Subject
Art, Gothic.
Art, Gothic -- Pictorial works.
Painting, Gothic.
Sculpture, Gothic.
Architecture, Gothic.
ART -- History -- Medieval.
ART -- History -- General.
Architecture, Gothic.
Art, Gothic.
Painting, Gothic.
Sculpture, Gothic.
Genre/Form
Pictorial works.
Added Author
Carl, Klaus H.,
Hacker, Andrea,
Other Form:
Print version: Charles, Victoria. Gothic art. New York : Parkstone Press international, [2008] 9781780428123 (OCoLC)778727846
ISBN
9781781602249 (electronic book)
1781602247 (electronic book)