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2 edition of early stained glass of Troyes Cathedral found in the catalog.

early stained glass of Troyes Cathedral

Elizabeth Carson Pastan

early stained glass of Troyes Cathedral

the ambulatory chapel glazing c. 1200-1240

by Elizabeth Carson Pastan

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Published by UMI in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cathédrale de Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul (Troyes, France).,
  • Glass painting and staining -- France -- Troyes.,
  • Glass painting and staining, Medieval -- France -- Troyes.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementElizabeth Carson Pastan.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 350 p. :
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16266949M

    Like much other medieval stained glass, this window has been displayed in a number of locations during its history. It may have originally been produced for the Romanesque Cathedral of Troyes, which was destroyed by fire in , but it is also possible that it could have been from another building nearby - the collegiate church of Saint-Etienne. Back issues of The Journal of Stained Glass are listed and there is a searchable index for stained glass articles, an invaluable resource for stained glass researchers. After the First World War, stained glass window memorials were a popular choice among wealthier families, examples can be .

    Stained glass window Cathedral, Troyes: Jacob with the Tree of Jesse c. Stained glass window Cathedral, Freiburg: The Stigmatization of St Francis Stained glass window Barfüsserkirche, Erfurt: Saints s Stained glass window Cathedral, Naumburg: Virgin and .   In October of , I spent a day in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Although the Met’s primary collection of Medieval art is at the Met Cloisters overlooking the Hudson River in northern Manhattan’s Fort Tryon Park, the 5th Avenue building offers visitors a wonderful selection of stained glass from France, England and Germany dating from around to the mid ’s.

      Cathedrale Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul: Stunning stained glass - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Troyes, France, at Tripadvisor.5/5(). During the early Middle Ages, _____ and _____ grew in number, size and political importance Describe Ireland's Book of Kells Most notable art/architecture from the High Middle Ages. Glass Window from Troyes Cathedral. Troyes Cathedral-Great Famine of and the Black Death-Social unrest, peasant uprisings, Hundred Years War.


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History Origins. Stained glass has been early stained glass of Troyes Cathedral book since ancient times. Both the Egyptians and the Romans excelled at the manufacture of small colored glass objects. Phoenicia was important in glass manufacture with its chief centres Sidon, Tyre and British Museum holds two of the finest Roman pieces, the Lycurgus Cup, which is a murky mustard color but glows purple-red to.

Dissertation: “The Early Stained Glass of Troyes Cathedral, c. ” New documentary evidence, architectural analysis, and an examination of the glass from scaffoldings are combined to place this important early Gothic glazing program within its artistic and social context.

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA., Special Student, File Size: KB. C Saints: C Ss Peter, Claude, Paul, John: C Apostles and Evangelists: C Fathers of the Church: C C C grisaille.

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Troyes built numerous parish churches dating from the early sixteenth century, including Saint-Jean-aux-Marché, Saint-Nizier, and Saint-Pantaléon. Saint-Pantaléon (Figs. 4 and 5) exemplifies the unified interior with its intersection of sculpture, architecture, and stained glass; most of it.

Before its medieval stained glass had enjoyed the fame of Chartres and Bourges. The first extensive study focusing on the stained glass of this preeminent cathedral, The Gothic Stained Glass of Reims Cathedral offers a groundbreaking analysis of its glazing program.

Through unique insights into the clerical agenda and its influence over a Cited by: 2. Mar 2, - Explore iatshinychu's board "Medieval Stained Glass" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Medieval stained glass, Stained glass and Glass pins.

Most of these have stained glass windows, paintings, and statues, many of which belong to the early 16th-century Troyes school of sculpture. The church of Saint-Urbain in bold Gothic style was almost certainly begun in the 13th century by Pope Urban IV, who was a Troyes shoemaker’s son.

Christ Feeding the Five Thousand (Panel), late 12th century to early 13th century (made). Panel of clear and coloured glass with painted details.

Depicting Christ Feeding the Five Thousand. From Troyes, France, 12th and 13th centuries. Museum Number C The Chartres Cathedral is one of the few perfect representatives of this category, as the stained-glass windows here are among the oldest in France.

This cathedral has been a primary object of study for art historians for years now, and it never seizes to amaze.

Why. Because of the Chartres Blue, a special nuance of blue that can only be found here and at a few more cathedrals built after Author: Hristos Fleturis.

- These are stained glass windows throughout Europe, in which historical figures are represented in their pheonotypical form (how they really appeared). See more ideas about Stained glass, Stained glass windows and Art pins. Charles T.

Little, "Membra Disjecta: More Early Stained Glass from Troyes Cathedral, Gesta, (). 20(1) Stephen Murray, Building Troyes Cathedral: The Late Gothic Campaigns, () Indianapolis: University of Indiana, He also has a very useful website: Mapping Gothic France.

Troyes Cathedral, a Gothic style church in France. Not all too far from Paris is the quanit small city of Troyes. Know for inventing the Troy ounce weighing system for gold, the city is also home. Other articles where Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul is discussed: Troyes: The remarkable cathedral of Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul (13th–17th century) is built in a variety of Gothic styles and has about magnificent stained glass panels.

A 20th-century inscription at the base of the tower records that Joan of Arc, escorting Charles VII to his crowning at Reims, was feted there in. Stained glass is a living art form. It varies with the season and the light conditions. Stained glass is, of course, transparent and, therefore, can vary if there are clouds or trees beyond.

During the height of summer, glass can tend to ‘wash out’ and halate a little. This means that the prime times for good viewing are the spring and. Stained Glass: Medieval Art, Romanesque, and Gothic Art.

Visual Art I, Wells Cathedral, early 14th century England. Detail of a medieval window at Troyes Cathedral, France (s) Contemporary Stained Glass Window.

Duke Chapel Stained Glass. Tiffany. Troyes Cathedral in the preceding decades. Finally, I will show that an understanding of the paradoxes inherent in Viollet-le-Duc's view of stained glass is essential to explain his influence on glass studies in our era.

Troyes Cathedral I recently found documents in the National Archives in Paris detailing nineteenth-century restorations at Troyes. Troyes is situated within the Champagne wine region and is near to the Orient Forest Regional Natural half-timbered houses (mainly of the 16th century) survive in the old town.

Troyes has been in existence since the Roman era, then known as Augustobona Tricassium, which stood at the hub of numerous highways, primarily the Via AgrippaCountry: France. English and French Medieval Stained Glass in the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2 Volume set) [Jane Hayward, Mary B Shepard, Cynthia Clark] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

English and French Medieval Stained Glass in the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2 Volume set)5/5(1). stained glass development. Earliest from 10th century ( - ), but none has survived.

12th to 13th century ( ) - superimposed medallions. Much of what you see today comes from the 16th and 17th centuries. Today Troyes boasts 10 churches, winding cobbled streets, a cathedral and some excellent museums. And it's known for its magnificent stained glass, so bring binoculars when you visit to catch the glorious details high up in the windows of the churches and : Mary Anne Evans.

Cathedrale Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul: Beautiful stained glass windows - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Troyes, France, at Tripadvisor.5/5().The earthquake offered the chance to inspect, repair and restore some of the Cathedral’s largest and oldest stained glass windows.

Extending more than 65 feet in height, the north and south Te Deum windows are the tallest stained glass windows in the Cathedral, and mark the transition from the Great Choir to the High Altar.