Medieval Art History, Week 13
Medieval Art History, Week 13 ART 483, Art History
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April 22 , 2016 Medieval Art – Carolingian, Romanesque, and Gothic Art and Architecture Textbook pages 101-126, 191-226, 227-258 Romanesque • Pilgrimage – a journey to a sacred place • Characteristics of Romanesque architecture include: o Solid, masonry (stone) walls o Masonry vaults o The rounded arch – Romanesque o The cruciform (or cross-shaped) plan o Ambulatory – allows worshipers to walk around the alter but at the same time would protect the relics o Relics – the venerated remains of saints or objects associated with saints o Compound piers - a solid masonry piers that support the arcade that have attached half columns on either side Ø Stronger than regular columns • Abbey Church of Saint Foy, mid 11 -12 centuries, Conques, Frace • Reliquary – container made of precious materials used to hold sacred relics • Reliquary Statue of Sainte Foy, late 9 to early 10 century, gold repoussé and gemstones over wooden core • Foy – faith • Miracles of Sainte Foy – book • First decided to steal the body of Saint Vincent • Furta Sacra – Holy theft • She was known for setting prisoners free • Plan and drawing of the Cathedral of Saint James, ca. 1078-1122, Santiago de Compostela, Spain th • El Año Santo – Holy year; celebrated only when the Apostles Day, July 25 , falls on a Sunday