Interior lateris occidentalis Ecclesiae Cathedralis Remensis pars

Opus francigenum[1] (gothicum a recentioribus appellatum)[2] est architectura medii aevi quae a saeculo duodecimo usque ad saeculum sextum decimum apud multas gentes Europaeas praevalebat. Nomen Gothicum accepit quod aevo insequente Renascentis antiquitatis ars mediaevalis despicebatur et barbara scilicet Gothica putabatur. Praeter architecturam etiam aliae artes Gothicae sicut musica, ars pingendi, et sculptura exstabant. Ipsa ars Gothica artem Romanicam insecuta est. Templa Gothicae celebria sunt, sed etiam publica et profana aedificia Gothica exstant.

Ecclesiae CathedralesRecensere

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NotaeRecensere

  1. "Richardus ... opere francigeno basilicam sectis lapidibus construi iubet": Burchardus de Hallis, Chronicon ecclesiae collegiatae S. Petri Winpiensis (c. 1280) (p. 666 linea 26 apud Google Books)
  2. "ut cum Opere Gothico summa Basilicae moles fuerit excitata" (1625) (p. 40 apud Google Books); "columnis triformes insistunt arcus opere Gothico" (1631) (p. 60 apud Google Books); "circumpositis opere gothico columnulis" (saec. XVII: Dom Thibault, Chronicon Beccense, BNF MS lat. 12884 f. 220v); "Architecturae gothicum ut dicitur genus" (saec. XIX) W. Smith, T. D. Hall, Smith's English-Latin Dictionary).

BibliographiaRecensere

Opera antiquiora
  • James Dallaway, A Series of Discourses upon Architecture in England from the Norman era to the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Londinii: Williams, 1833 (Textus apud Google Books)
  • Thomas Rickman, William Radclyffe, An attempt to discriminate the styles of English architecture, from the Conquest to the Reformation. 2a ed. Londinii: Longman, 1819 Textus apud Internet Archive
Eruditio recentior
  • Bony, Jean (1983). French Gothic Architecture of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN 0520028317 
  • Bumpus, T. Francis (1928). The Cathedrals and Churches of Belgium. T. Werner Laurie 
  • Clifton-Taylor, Alec (1967). The Cathedrals of England. Thames and Hudson. ISBN 0500180709 
  • Fletcher, Banister (2001). A History of Architecture on the Comparative method. Elsevier Science & Technology. ISBN 0-7506-2267-9 
  • Gardner, Helen; Fred S. Kleiner, Christin J. Mamiya (2004). Gardner's Art through the Ages. Thomson Wadsworth. ISBN 0-15-505090-7 
  • Glaser, Stephanie, "The Gothic Cathedral and Medievalism," in: Falling into Medievalism, ed. Anne Lair and Richard Utz. Special Issue of UNIversitas: The University of Northern Iowa Journal of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity, 2.1 (2006)
  • Harvey, John (1950). The Gothic World, 1100–1600. Batsford 
  • Harvey, John (1961). English Cathedrals. Batsford 
  • Huyghe, Rene (ed.) (1963). Larousse Encyclopedia of Byzantine and Medieval Art. Paul Hamlyn 
  • Icher, Francois (1998). Building the Great Cathedrals. Harry N. Abrams. ISBN 0-8109-4017-5 
  • Moore, Charles (1890). Development & Character of Gothic Architecture. Macmillan and Co.. ISBN 1410207633 
  • Pevsner, Nikolaus (1964). An Outline of European Architecture. Pelican Books. ISBN 0140616136 
  • von Simson, Otto Georg (1988). The Gothic cathedral: origins of Gothic architecture and the medieval concept of order. ISBN 0-691-09959-6 
  • Summerson, John (1983). Pelican History of Art. ed. Architecture in Britain, 1530–1830. ISBN 0-14-0560-03-3 
  • Swaan, Wim (1988). The Gothic Cathedral. Omega Books. ISBN 0-9078593-48-X 
  • Swaan, Wim. Art and Architecture of the Late Middle Ages. Omega Books. ISBN 0-907853-35-8 
  • Tatton-Brown, Tim; John Crook (2002). The English Cathedral. New Holland Publishers. ISBN 1-84330-120-2 
  • Tonazzi, Pascal (2007) Florilège de Notre-Dame de Paris (anthologie), Editions Arléa, Paris, ISBN 2869597959
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