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History of Art FSN 132 Week 6 Lecture Notes

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Ryerson University
FSN 132
Julia Scalzo

Romanesque and Gothic Architecture in Northern Europe Romanesque Art (Chapter 10) Pilgrimage Roads – See floorplans in textbook and on blackboard Saint Foy at Conques - Pilgramage church - Traditional Latin-cross basilica was modified by extending the side aisles - New architectural development in Romanesque architecture is the replacement of wooden roofs to stone barrel vaults - Stone vaults needed buttresses (use of the weight of forces of compression in arch construction) - A.D. 1050 – A.D. 1120 - 10.3, 10.5, 10.6, 10.7 Saint-Etienne at Caen - Early 12 century, Gothic architecture started to arise, but it overlapped with Romanesque style - Saint-Etienne is a precursor of Gothic architecture - See floor plan of Saint-Etienne - 10.38, 10.39, 10.40 - A.D. 1067 – A.D. 1087 Durham Cathedral - 10.41, 10.42, 10.43 - Begun 1093 Gothic Art (Chapter 11) Gothic cathedrals are most elaborate and western monuments in stone. Pointed arches are invented in Romanesque period. Saint Denis, near Paris - Arches are enhanced with slim columns to give a ‘lighter’ effect - 1140 –
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