The Gothic World, 1100-1600: A Survey of Architecture and Art

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

THE Author and Publishers here express their indebtedness to the following persons and institutions for the illustrations mentioned:

Mr. Robert M. Adam, for fig. 134; Fratelli Alinari, Florence, for figs. 101, 102, 104, 234-236, 289 and 290; Herr Arthur Bach, Alba Iulia, for figs. 195 and 196; Messrs. Black Star Pub. Co. Ltd., for figs. 218, 274, 282, 283 and 286; The Trustees of the British Museum, for fig. 99; Rev. C. Chitty, for fig. 83; Messrs. Compagnie des Arts Photomécaniques, Paris, for fig. 62; Mr. G. H. Cook, for fig. 15; Courtauld Institute of Art, for figs. 50, 64, 94, 113, 115, 161, 175, 177, 178, 210, 245, 246, 248 and 254; Mr. F. H.Crossley, F.S.A., for fig. 111; Czechoslovak Embassy, for figs. 22, 27, 183, 185, 187, 190, 258 and 261; Danish National Museum, Copenhagen, for fig. 184; La Dirección de Monumentos Coloniales, Mexico, for figs. 154-157; The Dominican Legation, for fig. 153; Messrs. Dorien Leigh, for figs. 148, 158 and 270; The Estonian Legation, for figs. 217 and 278; Messrs. Exclusive News Agency Ltd., for figs. 17, 21, 29, 32, 36, 39, 48, 51, 52, 59, 61, 96, 97, 103, 109, 121, 139, 142, 149, 159, 174, 176, 189, 201-206, 208, 209, 213-215, 219, 220, 229, 230, 243, 244, 252, 255, 257, 268, 273, 276, 277, 279-281, 288 and 194; Mr. Herbert Felton, F.R.P.S., for figs. 78, 79 and 81; Finland National Museum, for figs. 28, 224 and 285; Messrs. Fotofilm, Cluj, for fig. 192; Mr. R. P. Howgrave-Graham, F.S.A., for fig. 87; National Library of Ireland, for fig. 128; The Irish Tourist Association, for figs. 131 and 132; Mr. Fred Jenkins, Southwold, for fig. 82; Mr. A. F. Kersting, F.R.P.S., for figs. 80, 106 and 140; Lichtbeelden-Instituut, Amsterdam, for figs. 3, 168, 212, 250, 251 and 256; Messrs. Foto Marburg, for figs. 122, 123, 186, 188, 191, 194, 247, 263, 265, 266 and 267; Mr. T. H. Mason, Dublin, for figs. 89, 93, 129 and 130; Messrs. McLeish and Macaulay, for fig. 90; The Norwegian Embassy, for fig. 88; Messrs. Paul Popper Ltd., for figs. 2, 6, 7, 13, 30, 37, 38, 43, 49, 53, 112, 138, 147, 166, 167, 216, 238, 241, 253 and 295; Mr. C. Raad, Jerusalem, for fig. 34; Rijksdienst v.d. Monumentenzorg 's-Gravenhage, for fig. 264; M. Jean Roubier, Paris, for figs. 4, 5, 20, 24, 35, 40-42, 124 and 242; Société français du Microfilm, for fig. 14; Spanish State Tourist Department, for figs. 66- 69, 71, 114, 150, 237 and 239; Swedish Institute for Cultural Relations, for figs. 16, 19, 63, 211, 226, 275, 284 and 287; Swiss National Tourist Office, for figs. 260, 269, 271 and 272; The late Will F. Taylor, for figs. 133 and 135; Messrs. J. Valentine & Son Ltd., for figs. 95 and 228; Sr. Winocio, León, for fig. 70; Mr. Reece Winstone, A.R.P.S., for figs. 108 and 249; Sir Robert Witt, for fig. 1. Figs. 31, 65, 141 and 259 are in the Author's collection.

The Editor of The Builder, for figs. 91 and 92; Messrs. Raymond Dupriez, for figs. 23, 25 and 26 (from Comte J. de B. d'Altena: Œuvres de nos Imagiers Romans et Gothiques, 1944); Messrs. R. Piper, Munich, for fig. 10 (from G. Dehio: Das Strassburger Münster, 1922); Messrs. Salvat Editores, Barcelona, for figs. 151 and 152 (from D. Angulo Iñiguez: Historia del Arte hispano-americano, 1945); Messrs. A. Schroll. & Co., Vienna, for fig. 110 (from K. M. Swoboda: Peter Parler, 1943, pl. 19), and for figs. 291-293 (from Denkmäler der Kunst in Dalmatien); Société Nationale des Antiquaires de France, for fig. 60 (from Bulletin Monumental, LXXXI); Professor Ramsay Traquair and The Royal Institute of British Architects, for fig. 240. Figs. 8 and 160 are from J. Ainaud, J. Gudiol and F. P. Verrié : Catálogo Monumental . . . de Barcelona, 1947); figs. 45-47, 55-58, 72-75, 100, 107, 116-119, 145, 163-165, 172, 173, 198, 199, 207, 221, 232 and 233 are from G. Dehio and G. v. Bezold: Die kirchliche Baukunst des Abendlandes, Stuttgart, 1901; figs. 11 and 12 are from Didron: Annales Archéologiques, vols. V, VI, 1846 and 1847; figs. 77, 137 and 143 are from R. de Lasteyrie: L'Architecture religieuse en France à l'époque gothique, 1926; figs. 76, 120, 180 and 181 are from D. Líbal: Goticka Architektur a vCechách a na Moravě; fig. 98 is from J. J. van Ysendyck: Documents Classés de l'Art dans les Pays-Bas. The remainder are from the Publishers' collection.

The endpapers and figs. 9, 18, 33, 44, 85, 86 (after a photograph by E. Lefèvre- Pontalis in Congrès Archéologique, 1902-3), 125, 126, 127 (after a plan in the 82nd Report of the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland 1913-14), 136, 144, 162, 179, 182, 197 (after a plan by the late Professor I. Möller in Magyarorzág Múémlékei), 200, 222 (after a plan by Dr. Erik Lundberg in Byggnadskonsten i Sverige 1400- 1650), 223 (after a plan in P. A. Munch: The Cathedral of Throndheim) are from line-drawings by the Author.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vi
  • The Illustrations x
  • Acknowledgments xii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I the Production of Gothic Art 12
  • Chapter II - The Design of Gothic Art 25
  • Chapter III Gothic Designers 39
  • Chapter IV Gothic Geography 53
  • Chapter V - Cathedral Gothic 59
  • Chapter VI Gothic in the British Isles 72
  • Chapter VII Spatial Gothic 83
  • Chapter VIII National Gothic 91
  • Chapter IX the Gothic Age 130
  • A Short Bibliography 133
  • Abbreviations Used in the Notes 137
  • Notes to the Text 138
  • Index 147
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