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Transcript of Gothic Architecture
Stained Glass Windows
Most famous characteristic of Gothic architecture
Twelfth-century German monk who called himself Theophilus
Picture version of the Bible when most people were illiterate
Evolutionary- using light as the component of building
The willingness to reach for heaven
Biblical ratio- Temple of Solomon
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Notre Dame de Paris
Peter of Montereau,
Jean de Chelles
Completed in 1345
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Commissioned by Edward I
Completed in 1287
"most fundamental element"
Likely influenced by Islamic architecture
Form and function
Connected with the arches
Keeps the arches'
Please Refer to the handout
Commissioned by Mściwoj II
Completed in 1557
Commissioned by Abbot Simeon
Work began in 11th century, became cathedral in 1109
St. Vitus Cathedral
Commissioned by Charles IV in 1344
Officially completed/consecrated in 1929
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Named Gothic in Renaissance
Jean De Chelles, Francesco Maria Richini, Reginald Ely