The medieval world.


New York, McGraw-Hill [1967] .

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Subjects Architecture, Medieval.
Art, Medieval.
Series Landmarks of the world's art.
Description 176 pages illustrations (some color) maps, plans 30 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 172).
Summary Medieval "architecture, sculpture, painting, manuscripts, metalwork, glass."
Contents Introduction -- The idea of a "middle age" -- Pagan and Christian -- Pre-Romanesque art -- Anglo-Saxon architecture -- Anglo-Saxon manuscript illumination -- Charlemagne -- Carolingian art -- Romanesque art -- Romanesque architecture -- Vaults and arches -- Links with the East -- Colour in building -- Romanesque sculpture -- Drawing and painting -- Gothic art -- Thick-wall and thin-wall churches -- Gothic versus classical -- Church versus state -- Chartres -- Bourges and Le Mans -- Reims -- The Sainte Chapelle -- Gothic in England -- Gothic in Germany -- Gothic in southern Europe -- Gothic sculpture -- Bamberg -- Strasbourg -- Naumburg -- The Pisano family -- Courtly elegance in Paris -- Gothic painting -- Giotto -- Conclusion.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)255316
(OCoLC)ocm00255316
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Kidson, Peter.
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