Romanesque sculpture

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Santiago de Compostela (1078-1128) - Portico de la Gloria, particolari Ancient Artefacts, Santiago De Compostela, Roman, Statue, Monuments, Romanesque, Baroque, Cathedral, Romanesque Architecture

Master Mateo (active 1161-1217) Portico de la Gloria 1168-88 Stone Cathedral, Santiago de Compostela The study of medieval art began in earnest in the decades following the iconoclasm of the French Revolution. Art historians in the early nineteenth century, following the natural sciences in an effort to classify their field of inquiry, coined the term "Romanesque" to encompass the western European artistic production, especially architecture, of the eleventh and twelfth centuries. The term…

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Laurel Mosteller
Saint Lazarus cathedral in Autun that remains Romanesque is the tympanum and its immediate surroundings... but what a masterpiece it is!   Sculpted by a master named Gislebertus (Gilbert) who, unusually enough, signed his work. Depicting The Last Judgment, it was sculpted at some point between roughly 1120 and 1140 and is known worldwide.   The rest of the cathedral is Gothic.   The archivolt shows a Zodiac and the Works of the Months, intertwined. Gothic, Romanesque, Roman, Architecture, Art, Romanesque Sculpture, Cathedral, Saint Lazarus, Century

Almost the only part of the Saint Lazarus cathedral in Autun that remains Romanesque is the tympanum and its immediate surroundings... but what a masterpiece it is! Sculpted by a master named Gislebertus (Gilbert) who, unusually enough, signed his work. Depicting The Last Judgment, it was sculpted at some point between roughly 1120 and 1140 and is known worldwide. The rest of the cathedral is Gothic. The archivolt shows a Zodiac and the Works of the Months, intertwined.

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Pingu Yang