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Medieval Architecture, Art, and Music

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Transcript of Medieval Architecture, Art, and Music

Architectures
Architectures
Churches & Cathedrals
Art
Music
Medieval
Architecture, Art, Music
Castles

Early castles were made of wood. However, stone was then used more frequently.
Castles were rarely the most comfortable place to live
Castles were for the lord and his family
Castles were usually consist of rooms, dungeons, kitchens, garderobes, chapels
1078
1295
1385
The Tower of London
Caerlaverock Castle
Bodiam Castle
In early Middle age, large churches were built in the Romanesque Style. By 12th century, however, Gothic style came.
Thick walls
Romanesque Style
Gothic Style
Less windows
Dark & Gloomy
Rounded arches
Modest height
Basilica of St. Sernin, Toulouse
Thinner walls
Tall and large windows
Light - filled
Pointed arches
Soaring
Florence Cathedral, Italy
Romanesque Style
Romanesque painting is characterized by a new formality of style, largely devoid of the naturalism and humanism.
Early
Renaissance Style
(c.1400 - 1500)
Gothic Style
(c.1200 - 1400)
Romanesque Style
Gothic Style
Renaissance Style
Reflected the rise in political and economic stability across Europe.
Linear designs predominate, producing majestic calmness or, alternatively, agitated expressiveness.
The "Morgan Leaf", detached from the Winchester Bible of 1160-75. Scenes from the life of David.
The Three Magi from the St. Albans Psalter, English, 12th century.
(c.1000 - 1200)
Showed realism and naturalism.
Figures become more animated in pose and facial expression, tend to be smaller in relation to the background of scenes, and are arranged more freely in the pictorial space.
Simone Martini
Simone Martini
(1066 - 1485)
Painters embraced classicism and physical realism
Realistic perspective, modeling, and emotion
warm, vibrant colors and strong lighting.
The Tribute Money, Masaccio
Birth of Venus, Botticelli
Childhood
O Successors
by Hildegard of Bingen
Other characteristics
O Successors
by Hildegard of Bingen
Clara Oh
Jacqueline Blasko

Form of paintings: Frescoes, Manuscripts, Panel painting, and Stained glass
Early medieval music (before 1150)
High medieval music (1150–1300)
Late medieval music (1300–1400)
Gregorian Chant
O Successors
by Hildegard of Bingen
Ars subtilior
La Harpe de melodie
by Jacob de Senleche
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