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7 edition of Gothic Art found in the catalog.

Gothic Art

Glorious Visions (Perspectives) (Trade Version)

by Michael Camille

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Published by Penguin (Non-Returnable) .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7337969M
ISBN 10013183312X
ISBN 109780131833128
OCLC/WorldCa62076731


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Gothic Art by Michael Camille Download PDF EPUB FB2

Gothic Art is a powerful new illustrated book, packed with inimate portraits of lonely vampires, winsome witches and stunning visions of eerie characters and landscapes. Gothic art has surged in popularity over recent years, fuelled by the Twilight phenomenon, then cool TV series such as True Blood, Vampire Diaries and My Babysitter’s a Vampire and bestselling games cards from Wizards of the /5(23).

The awesome diversity of a fascinating epoch of European art and culture is presented in this wide-ranging illustrated volume. It presents the history of Gothic architecture from its origins and blossoming in 12th-century France through its dissemination in all of Europe; and an in-depth discussion of the most diverse art forms, including painting, sculpture, metalwork and book illumination/5(26).

The Art of Gothic book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Courtly splendor and bourgeois pride, religious fanaticism and as /5.

Gothic art developed after the Romanesque, in the 12 th century. The style continued to be used well into the 16 th century in some parts of Europe, while giving way to the Renaissance style earlier in other regions.

The style was developed in Northern France due. A great introduction to Gothic Art. Professor Camille has a wonderful, unconventional way in viewing art.

Gothic Art, as I take out of this book, is indeed very interative, visionary, and can be much more advanced than art in later period/5.