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 International Gothic (from Western sculpture) --¬† Encyclop√¶dia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Gothic art evolved from Romanesque art and lasted from the mid-12th century to as late as the end of the 16th century in some areas.
In Gothic fiction the reader passes from the reasoned order of the everyday world into a dark region governed by supernatural beings, a region that inspires dread and horror, where decay abounds and death is always at hand.
Also called Gothic romance and Gothic novel, Gothic fiction emerged late in the 18th century as part of the Romantic movement in the arts.
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 International Gothic Association
Fictions of Unease: The Gothic from Otranto to The X–Files.
Empire and the Gothic: Studies in the Ideology of Genre.
Fictions of Unease: The Gothic from Otranto to The X-Files.
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 Guided Tours
Description: International Gothic was a homogenous style characterizing European art around the turn of the fourteenth-fifteenth centuries.
It is usually called International Gothic or the International Style, but the terms courtly style, soft style, beautiful style, lyrical style, cosmopolitan Gothic style, trecento rococo and court naturalism are also to be met with in works on art history.
Presently tours presenting German Gothic and early Renaissance painting, Bohemian painting in the 14th century, as well as Caravaggism are offered.
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 Notre-Dame Cathedral, Reims, France
Gracing this facade is perhaps the richest body of sculpture of any Gothic church, one that shows an increasing realism and movement in contrast to the more rigid and formalized style of the 12th century.
Part of the sculptural decoration, including the Visitation group, is executed in a classical vein, and part in a highly original style attributed to the so-called Joseph Master, whose elegant works presaged the 14th-century Gothic International Style in art.
Bibliography: Paul Frankl, Gothic Architecture (1962); Hans Jantzen, High Gothic: The Classic Cathedrals of Chartres, Reims, Amiens (1984); Whitney S. Stoddard, Art and Architecture in Medieval France (1972); Christopher Wilson, The Gothic Cathedral (1989; repr.
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 Gothic - index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Gothic literature as a movement was a disappointment to the idealistic romantic The modern critical view of the Gothic canon limits it to a set of high
Gothic literature shouldn't be confused with texts in the Gothic language, the earliest written Germanic language, which includes
A brief history of Gothic painting leads the viewer deeper into the International, Northern, and Late Gothic painting periods.
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