Medieval Art & Architecture Week 9*/21
Medieval Art & Architecture Week 9*/21 ART-HIST 110 - 0001
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Date Created: 09/28/15
92 1 1 5 Medieval Art amp Architecture Early Christian 3001000 AD Romanesque 10001200 AD Gothic 11001400 AD Mosaics different materials used stone glass pebbles to create a picture Wall paintings early frescos used lime soap formula mixed with pigments and wax to help stick the purpose of Christian art was to teach through pictures Christian vs Greek Christian 1 god while Greek many gods Roman Basilica Plan focuses on an inside worship center going away from the old outdoor worship Basilicas can be identified by 3 important characteristics inside two side aisles a nave down the middle and an apsealtar at the end Mosaics adorned the inside of basilicas as well as domes and arches Clerestory lines of windows in the basilica allowing natural sunlight Syncretism the idea of taking one world View and blending it into another Exterior of churches symbolized the body and the insides represented the soul Christianity in Ireland heaVily in uences art Ardagh Chalice intricate details Celtic intertwining was popular in art Small art works became more popular Booksmanuscripts were huge because they were portable gt Illuminated manuscripts Book of Kells 800 AD brightly colored hand written Chi Rho page c 800 AD XPI means Christ interlacing knot work little animals at and colorful Monte Cassino Monastery had a school dedicated to writing manuscripts
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