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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architecture, Gothic

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Charles Herbert Moore.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA440 .M66 1978, NA440 M66 1906
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxxviii, 454 p., [10] leaves of plates
    Number of Pages454
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19774371M
    ISBN 100893413585

      ↑ Parker, in his book entitled An Introduction to the Study of Gothic Architecture, and some other English writers have advanced the utterly untenable theory that the choir of Lincoln is purely English work, showing no trace of foreign influence. Such a theory is not worth serious consideration in view of the facts regarding the state of. Characteristics of Gothic Architecture. Gothic art evolved out of Romanesque art and lasted from the midth century up to the late 16th century in some areas of Germany. Architecture was the main art form of the Gothic, and the main structural characteristics of Gothic architectural design stemmed from the efforts of medieval masons to solve the problems associated with supporting heavy.

      Development and Character of Gothic Architecture/Chapter 4. These are, however, exceptional features which do not change the general character of this architecture. Gothic in principle it certainly is not, even in its internal arrangements, while externally, in the entire absence of buttress systems, it has no Gothic expression whatever. Book is in Good+ condition. Macmillan, 6 1/4" x 9 1/4". Book is in Good+ condition. Development and Character of Gothic Architecture by Charles Herbert Moore (Engli Development & Character of Gothic Architecture by Charles Herbert Moore: New. $ + $ Shipping. Development and Character of Gothic Architecture by Charles Seller Rating: % positive.

    NEW PUBLICATIONS; GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE. DEVELOPMENT AND CHARACTER OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE. By CHARLES HERBERT MOORE, With Illustrations. London and New-York.   Having examined the larger structural features of Gothic and other pointed architecture, we may now examine the forms of the lesser members—such as capitals, bases, string-courses, arch-sections, and tracery. The profiles which these members assume are determined largely by functional exigencies, though in their development the exercise of artistic feeling was so intimately connected .


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by Moore, Charles Herbert. London: Macmillan and Co., Book. Very good- condition. Hardcover. First Edition. Octavo (8vo). xx, pages of text including an index, followed by [ii] pages. In the following attempt to set forth the development and character of Gothic architecture, I use the term "Gothic," because it has been established by custom to designate the architecture of the late Middle Ages as distinguished from that of ancient and early mediaeval times; and because, since it was owing to the infusion of Northern genius that the style was brought into.

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By France in this chapter, and indeed throughout this book, is meant the France of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries—that is, the Royal Domain of the Capetian Dynasty and portions of a few contiguous provinces, chiefly Champagne, Burgundy, Picardy, Orleanais, and Berry.

To this region the early Gothic movement was confined. Indeed, its earliest manifestations were circumscribed by even.The essential character of the Gothic period, particularly at the outset, was the predominance of architecture; all the other arts were determined by it.

The character of the Gothic visual aesthetic was one of immense vitality; it was spikily linear and restlessly active.