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dating from the 13th and 14th century, Gothic doorway of the cathedral in Sées, Normandy, France - Architectural drawing c1870
Doorway of the dated 14th century gothic Basilica de Santa Maria la Mayor, Morella,
Gothic Doorway. Date: ca. 1520-30; Geography: Made in Poitou
dating from the 13th and 14th century, Gothic doorway of the cathedral in Sées, Normandy, France - Architectural drawing c1870 | Pinterest | Venecia, ...
English Gothic architecture
13th Century West Facade. A perfect example of High Gothic design.
The facade of Bourges Cathedral, France, built in the 13th century - Stock Image
Church of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven (also known as Saint Mary's Church),
Medieval Architecture
Gothic cathedrals use mainly limestone as a material, and they demand such a large amount of it that usually people had to build quarries to be able to make ...
The choir of Reims Cathedral
Flamboyant Gothic Portal of the Santo Agostinho da Graca church. 14th and 15th century Mendicant
A 13th century Gothic arch church doorway in the Sant Adria neighbourhood of Barcelona
In around 1300 the work on the Gothic cathedral began, starting with the Royal Chapel. The current apse retains the funeral chapel that was planned as a ...
Catedral de Tarragona - 32. Procesión de las ratas
Key Date: 13th or 14th century (?) Culture: French (?)
Drawing of a flying buttress (a semi-arched exterior support) from Reims Cathedral (1230) by Villard de Honnecourt. The two piers (left & centre) support
Norwich cathedral, St. Luke's chapel dating from 11th century, and south door,
Chartres Cathedral
Gothic art evolved from Romanesque art and lasted from the mid-12th century to as late as the end of the 16th century in some areas. The term Gothic was ...
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2nd phase - 13th and 14th century
Kings College Cambrige
Later flying buttresses of the apse of Notre-Dame (14th century) reached 15 meters from the wall to the counter-supports.
Beauvais Cathedral © Diliff - licence [CC BY-SA 3
Gothic architecture came and then went over the years, and later began to reappear in our world, showing up more and more in little ways.
Salisbury Cathedral Date: 1220 – 14th Century
Byland Abbey, North Yorkshire
Gothic Doorway. Date: ca. 1520-30; Geography: Made in Poitou
This jewel of 13th century Gothic architecture is today attached to the austere walls of the Palais de Justice. The Saint Chapel was built by Saint Louis in ...
Catedral de Santa Eulalia
... Monument to Sir Walter Stewart, Earl of Menteith, and his wife Mary, Countess ...
West facade of Wells Cathedral, Somerset, Eng.
Gothic cathedral cloister, dating from the 13th and 14th centuries, Norwich Cathedral, Norwich
Cathédrale de Bordeaux 2011 45 © French Moments
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How naughty was the past? The hidden depths of the medieval church
About medieval Gothic in particular
The Gothic east end of Cologne Cathedral represents the extreme of verticality. (choir dating to 13th century, nave dating to the 19th century ).
Doorway from Moutiers-Saint-Jean, White oolitic limestone with traces of paint,
48 Façade, Salisbury Cathedral Date: 1220 – 14th Century Location: Salisbury, England
Saint Martin of Tours was one of the chief patrons of the parish church of St. Severin and there is a bas-relief of him in the arch above the main door .
Bourges Cathedral
A FINE LATE 15TH CENTURY NORMAN CARVED OAK DOOR. CIRCA 1480.
Pugin Church
You go through a Gothic arch and enter the long Gothic nave, with it's very high vaulted ceiling. The paintings along the walls date to the 19th century .
(14th Century.)
The nave of Sainte-Chapelle de Vincennes (1480–1551)
Looking for things to do in the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona? Here are our suggestions
Doorway
Bright future for a Gothic wonder
San Giusto Cathedral
A carved 15th-century Gothic recess, once described as a sedilia, may have been a 15th century wall tomb (Photograph: Patrick Comerford, 2018)
The nave has the longest, continuous stretch of Medieval vaulting in the world.
Romanic churches
Porch exterior, The south door
The nave has a horizontal emphasis counterbalanced by shafts clustered in threes.
France. Paris. Cathedral of Notre-Dame. Gothic. 13th century. Cloisters
The facade includes the “Portail de la Vierge (doorway of the Virgin) created in 1240
Saint Michael Weighing Souls. French (Central France) Medieval
The Romanesque west front and the two towers date from the 13th century. They are the oldest parts of the church.
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Clonmacnoise Cathedral-had been refurbished in the second half of the fifteenth century, when
Basilica of Saint-Denis, France, designed by Abbot Suger, completed 1144.
Pyx chapel (MC photo) 300.jpg
As the name suggests, this part of the city is hilly. It's also quite old, with parts of it dating to the 13th and 14th centuries.
Strasbourg Catedrale
You go through a Gothic arch and enter the long Gothic nave, with it's very high vaulted ceiling. The paintings along the walls date to the 19th century .
The five-arch portal at the west facade of Bourges cathedral.
Rochester Cathedral
Porch exterior, The south door
These different artistic styles have helped the Cathedral to fulfil one of its main purposes over different eras: to be a reflection of the Celestial ...
All Saints Church, Oakham: Details of the south door dates from ~1200 and the 13th century Early English style porch and is one of the oldest parts of the ...
St John's Abbey Gate, Colchester
Though ...
The Gothic doorway is considered the most valuable part of the church. Dating to the late 14th century, it was created by Prague artisans and contains ...
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Church of Santa María del Pi. Barcelona
Chartres Cathedral
The term "Gothic"
The Parish Church: Medieval Architecture
OPEN DOOR Where Will It Take Me? Linda Drake Flickr
Romanesque Architecture