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Romanesque Europe.

Harald Busch

Romanesque Europe.

by Harald Busch

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture, Romanesque,
    • Architecture -- Europe

    • Edition Notes

      Translation of Baukunst der Romanik in Europe.

      StatementWith an introd. by R.H.C. Davis. Edited by Harald Busch and Bernd Lohse. With commentaries on the illus. by Helmut Domke. [Translated by Peter Gorge.]
      SeriesBuildings of Europe
      ContributionsLohse, Bernd, joint ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA390 .B813
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiii p.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5792376M
      LC Control Number60003192
      OCLC/WorldCa501201

        " Romanesque architecture The style emerging in Western Europe in the early 11th cent., based on Roman and Byzantine elements, characterized by massive articulated wall structures, round arches, and powerful vaults, and lasting until the advent of Gothic architecture in . Romanesque art is the art of Europe from approximately CE to the rise of the Gothic style in the 13th century or later, depending on region. Sophisticated precious objects in metalwork, ivories, and enamels held high status in the Romanesque period.

      Romanesque is a title art historians used to describe art that is “Roman-like.” Used barrel and groin vaults that looked like earlier Roman architecture. “Romanesque” is the history and culture of western Europe between and In the early Middle Ages. Focus was on the estate of a landholding lord. "David Stephenson's new book of photography is a love letter to the intricate, seemingly sui generis vaults of Europe's Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals and churches. Half the wonder of these soaring architectural feats is that they were devised and built at all.

      Romanesque Europe. STUDY. PLAY. Medieval. Romanesque is _____, not Roman. Everyone thought it was going to be the end of the world; brought on a religious, grateful wave. Pilgrims _____ boomed, going on holy journeys and pilgrimages of churches, earned churches a lot of money. Romanesque architecture and art, the artistic style that prevailed throughout Europe from the 10th to the midth cent., although it persisted until considerably later in certain areas. The term Romanesque points to the principal source of the style, the buildings of the Roman Empire.


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Romanesque art is the art of Europe from approximately AD to the rise of the Gothic style in the 12th century, or later, depending on region. The preceding period is known as the Pre-Romanesque period. The term was invented by 19th-century art historians, especially for Romanesque architecture, which retained many basic features of Roman architectural style – most notably round.

The name Romanesque refers to the fusion of Roman, Carolingian and Ottonian, Byzantine, and local Germanic traditions that make up the mature gh perhaps the most striking advances in Romanesque art were made in France, the style was current in all parts of Europe except those areas in eastern Europe that preserved a full-fledged Byzantine tradition.

"David Stephenson's new book of photography is a love letter to the intricate, seemingly sui generis vaults of Europe's Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals and churches.

Half the wonder of these soaring architectural feats is that they were devised and built at all/5(9). Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t1zd32g42 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library The Romanesque was the first epoch of medieval art that encompassed all of Europe.

Its origins hearken back to characteristic elements of Roman construction - reflected in the name of the period - and in the course of the High Middle Ages developed into the embodiment of Christian sacred art.

Architecture, painting, and sculpture were permeated with the Christian worldview and the spirit of. The many Viking invasions of Europe and the British Isles marked the era before the Romanesque period. Beginning in with raids on Irish coastal monasteries, the raids became full-scale military excursions within a century as shown by the Sack of Paris in and the Sack of Constantinople in Romanesque architecture, architectural style current in Europe from about the midth century to the advent of Gothic architecture.

A fusion of Roman, Carolingian and Ottonian, Byzantine, and local Germanic traditions, it was a product of the great expansion of monasticism in the 10th–11th century.

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Romanesque art developed in the period between about to the rise of Gothic art in the 12th century, in conjunction with the rise of monasticism in Western Europe. The style developed initially in France, but spread to Christian Spain, England, Flanders, Germany, Italy, and elsewhere to become the first medieval style found all over Europe.

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Romanesque Architecture of the Basilica of St. Sernin () in Toulouse, France. Anger O./AgenceImages courtesy Getty Images. As Rome spread across Europe, heavier, stocky Romanesque architecture with rounded arches emerged. Churches and castles of the early Medieval period were constructed with thick walls and heavy piers.

Romanesque architecture was the first distinctive style to dominate western and central Europe. The book explores the gestation of the style in the ninth and tenth centuries and its survival up to the fourteenth century. Notable structures include Speyer Cathedral, Sant’Ambrogio in Milan, the abbeys of Cluny, and Vézelay, the Church of the.

Romanesque Art: History, Characteristics, and Important Facts. Romanesque art was an art form that was significant in the architectural patterns in Medieval Europe. Symbolized by semicircular arches and strong pillars, many cathedrals that were built during this period were inspired by this art form.

Great coffee table book filled with big, glossy, color photos, covering everything about the Romanesque period: architecture, painting, sculpture, relics, stained glass, book binding. It renders a good overview of the history of each craft plus the development of literacy and monasteries and liturgical worship/5.

Art historians in the early nineteenth century, following the natural sciences in an effort to classify their field of inquiry, coined the term “Romanesque” to encompass the western European artistic production, especially architecture, of the eleventh and twelfth centuries.

The term is both useful and misleading. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Busch, Harald, Romanesque Europe. New York, Macmillan, [©] (OCoLC) Document Type.

Five Centuries of European Book Painting The scope of our series covers the period from approximately to and embraces the whole of Western Europe. It is a period stretching from before the Norman Conquest to the reign of Henry VII in England, from the Ottonian Empire in Germany to the High Renaissance in Italy.

Book Description The twenty-five papers in this volume arise from a conference jointly organised by the British Archaeological Association and the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya in Barcelona.

They explore the making of art and architecture in Latin Europe and the Mediterranean between c. and c. with a particular focus on. The Romanesque Fonts of Northern Europe and Scandinavia by C.S. Drake (Author) › Visit Amazon's C.S. Drake Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Cited by: 3. Andreas Petzold examines medieval European art in the broader context of its relationship to the art of Byzantium and Islam, tracing the influences among these cultures through trade and the Crusades.

He views Romanesque art in terms of the social structures that organized the medieval world - church, princely court, peasant society - discovering on the way the important role of women as.Psalters are copies of the Book of Psalms, another book of the Bible. Lesson Summary The Romanesque style emerged in the 11th century at the same time that Europe .From these basic forms, the Romanesque architecture of Europe evolved ever richer, more beautiful and refined methods of construction.

The various ways of applying and carrying out these methods in the individual portions of the fabric gave the Romanesque building its special character.