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  • The Era Of The Industrial Revolution

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    simpler, and a more stable time. That’s when the revival of ancient architecture started to form. Each type of revival style was associated with a specific architect, for instance, A.W.N. Pugin was England’s leading Gothic revivalist. The revivals of the ancient architecture influenced the architectural designs of many architects of the time. Two of the most noted architects in the nineteenth century who were influenced by the architectural revivals were: Richard Morris Hunt, the leading architect

  • Essay on Medieval Art

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    A major difference between the two was that Carolingian architects used stone only for important buildings such as churches and castles. Their buildings and plans for unfinished buildings show that a major factor in Carolingian architecture was length. This was both appealing to the eye and practical, leaving room for extra altars and separate entries. The Carolingian style is of small dimensions. Most of this style pulls its influence from Byzantine artwork. "An explanation

  • Gothic and Romanesque Cathedrals Essay

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    Gothic and Romanesque Cathedrals The Romanesque style transformed into the Gothic style during the Middle Ages. This happened for many reasons. The Romanesque period was a time of trial and error while the Gothic period was a time of advancements in inventions. Religion was an important factor in the shift between Romanesque and Gothic. The locations of the two types of cathedrals also contributed toward the change between Romanesque and Gothic, as well as the power of the relics and the community

  • Gothic and Romanesque Cathedrals Essay

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    The Romanesque style transformed into the Gothic style during the Middle Ages. This happened for many reasons. The Romanesque period was a time of trial and error while the Gothic period was a time of advancements in inventions. Religion was an important factor in the shift between Romanesque and Gothic. The locations of the two types of cathedrals also contributed toward the change between Romanesque and Gothic, as well as the power of the relics and the community to raise funds for the Gothic

  • Medieval Art Essay

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    workers remained active. Romanesque      The art of the Romanesque period was characterized by the revival of sculptures and fresco painting. These were common elements of architecture. Along with those architectural advancements the period produced frequent examples of realism as well as a heightened emphasis on emotion and fantasy. The crusades acted as a main contributor to this time period lending more religious and revolutionary imagery.      Examples of Romanesque sculpture are dated back

  • Study: Gothic Architecture and Following Stylistic Terms Essay

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    ABBOT SUGER Chartres Cathedral housed which relic? THE SACRED TUNIC OF THE VIRGIN MARY Which element is characteristically Gothic? FLYING BUTTRESS Gothic architecture is characterized by all except: DARK INTERIORS Gothis is a word that comes from the reference to the Goths (Visigoth and Ostrigoths) who were barbarian peoples settling in Europe around in the 4th century A.D. TRUE Which exterior architectural

  • Cultural Influence Of The Early Medieval Era

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    and newly introduced ideas will allow for new types of artwork to be produced. Artwork during the Early Medieval era, Romanesque era, and Gothic era demonstrates how local and imported ideas intermingle to produce new things. In order to fully express the idea of cultures integrating local ideas with ideas of other cultures to form new artworks, focusing specifically on architecture will allow for the theme to be fully justified. During the dynamic Early Medieval era, which dates back to 500-1000 BCE

  • The Existence Of A Renaissance

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    Renaissance: a word familiar to many and typically associated with the flourishing renewal of ancient Greek and Roman ideas in sixteenth century European culture. The question is, could that be the only renaissance? Many changes also occurred in twelfth century European intellectual and cultural life that could signify a renaissance. Portions of secular and religious life changed to some extent and often these changes sprouted from ancient traditions. However, to determine the existence of a renaissance

  • Sacred Medieval Architecture

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    Eastern Empire had much closer ties between the state and the Christian Church. These ties lead to many elaborate Byzantine churches being built in Constantinople, emphasizing the importance of the Eastern Church in everyday life. The Byzantine architecture maintains a sense of well-balanced proportions and favors a more simple approach to the building’s exterior. The Byzantines established an architectural style, different from the Romans generally by plans that were well

  • ART 108 Assignment 1 Essay

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    questions and submit through the Assignments icon. 1. How does the word Renaissance reflect the changes in the world of art during the time period discussed in Chapter 12? The word Renaissance, the French word for “rebirth”, denotes a selfconscious revival of interest in ancient Greek and Roman texts and culture that is reflected in the work of most of the artists. 2. How does Nicola Pisano in the Pulpit, Pisa Baptistry show the influence of Roman style? The Nicola Pisano in the Pulpit, Pisa Baptistry

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