The sculptural program of the verso of the west façade of Reims Cathedral

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Notre Dame de Reims (Cathedral), Sculpture, Gothic -- France Christian art and symbolism -- Medieval, 500-1500 -- France, Facades -- France Doorways, Gothic -- F
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Though long recognized as one of the most beautiful works from the second half of the thirteenth century, the magnificent sculptural program of the reverse facade at Reims Cathedral has received little in the way of scholarly attention. Interpreting the iconography in the light of Latin texts associated with the building, its history and its ceremonial use, Donna Sadler assesses the.

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Available in: Hardback. Interpreting the iconography in the light of Latin texts associated with Reims Cathedral, its history and its ceremonial use, the author assesses the significance of the reverse facade in light of other thirteenth century visual.

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West façade, Laon Cathedral (Figure ) and West façade, Reims Cathedral (Figure ). Laon Cathedral exterior is more compact and squared. It is completely attuned to its Early Gothic heritage with modestly pointed arches.

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The façade of St.-Denis consists of a double-tower westwork. Who may have conceived the complicated iconographical portal program for Chartres Cathedral.

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Diameter of the West front rose window: 11 m ( m for the transept roses in ND de Paris, m in Reims) Exterior of Amiens Cathedral It’s from Place Notre-Dame that you can admire the magnificent West front of Amiens Cathedral.

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20 (June ), No. 89 Willibald Sauerländer, Reims, la reine des cathédrals: Cité céleste et lieu de mémoire, translated from German by Jean Torrent. Paris: Fondation Maison des sciences et de l’homme and Centre.