Gothic Cathedrals of France and Their Treasures

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Aubert (Marcel), Notre-Dame de Paris sa place dans l'histoire de l'architecture du XIIe au XIVe siècle, Paris, 1919.

Aubert (Marcel), La cathédrale de Chartres, Paris-Grenoble, 1952.

Aubert (Marcel), La cathédrale de Metz, Paris 1930.

Aubert (Marcel), La sculpture française au Moyen Age, Paris, 1946.

Aubert (Marcel), La vitrail en France, Paris, 1949.

Deschamps (Paul), La cathédrale d'Auxerre, Paris, 1948.

Du Colombier (Pierre), Les chantiers des cathédrales, Paris, 1953.

Durand (George), Monographie de la cathédrale d'Amiens, Amiens, 1901- 1903.

Durliat (Marcel), Arts anciens du Roussilon, Perpignan.

Focillon (Henri). L'Art d'Occident, 1938.

Grodecki (Louis), Vitraux de France du XIe au XVIe siècle, Paris, 1953.

Huysmans (J.-K.), La Cathédrale, Paris, 1898.

Lasteyrie (Robert de), L'Architecture religieuse en France à l'époque gothique, Paris, 1962, 2 vol.

Leblond (V.), La cathédrale de Beauvais, Paris, 1926.

Lefrançois-Pillion (L.) et Lafond (J.), L'Art du XIVe siècle en France, Paris, 1954.

Lefrançois-Pillion (L.), Maîtres d'œuvre et tailleurs de pierre des cathédrale, Paris, 1949.

Lefrançois-Pillion (L.), Les sculpteurs français du XIIIe siècle, Paris, 1931.

Mâle (Emile), L'Art religieux du XIIe siécle en France, 3rd edition, Paris, 1928.

Mâle (Emile), L'Art religieux du XIIIe siécle en France, 6th edition, Paris, 1925.

Mâle (Emile), L'Art religieux de la fin du Moyen Age en France, 3rd edition, Paris, 1925.

Mâle (Emile), La cathédrale d'Albi, Paris, 1950.

Mâle (Emile), Notre-Dame de Chartres, Paris, 1948.

Morel (Pierre), Carcassonne, la Cité, Grenoble, 1939.

Réau (Louis), L'Art gothique en France, Paris, 1945.

Rodin (August), Les cathédrales de France, Paris, 1921.

Schwob (René), Le Portail royal, Paris, 1931.

Thibout (Gabrielle), La cathédrale, de Strasburg, Paris, 1939.

Thibout (Marc), Les églesis gothiques en France, 1957.

Verrier (Jean, La cathédrale de Bourges et ses vitraux, Paris, 1941.

Vitry (Paul), La cathédrale de Reims, 2 vol., Paris, 1915.

Vitrail Français (le), Paris, 1958. by Marcel Aubert, André Chastel, Louis Grodecki, Jean-Jacques Gruber, Jean Lafond, François Mathey , Jean Taralon, Jean Verrier.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONGRESSES OF FRANCE: Agen, Auch, 1901. Poitiers, 1903. Beauvais, 1905. Carcassonne, Perpignan, 1906. Auxerre, 1907. Avignon, 1909. Angers, 1910. Rheims, 1911. Moulins, Nevers, 1913. Strasbourg, Metz, Colmar, 1920. Limoges, Brive, 1921. Valence, Montélimar, 1923. Clermont-Ferrand, 1924. Rouen, 1928. Toulouse, 1929. Aix, Nice, 1932. Nancy, Verdun, 1933. Lyons, Mâcon, 1935. Figeac, Cahors, Rodez, 1937. Bordeaux, Bayonne, 1939. Tours, 1948. Saint-Brieuc, 1949. Montpellier, 1950. Poitiers, 1950. Poitiers, 1951. Perpignan, 1954. Troyes, 1955. La Rochelle, 1956. Quimper, 1957.

Series of small monographs on great buildings in France. Aubert (M.), Senlis. Bégule (L.), Lyon. Boinet (A.), Amiens. Boinet (A.), Bourges. Bonnefant (G.), Evreux. Broche (L.), Laon. Chartraire (Chanoine E.), Sens. Colmet-Daage (P.), Coutances. Courtault (P.), Bordeaux. Demaison (L.), Reims. Deshoulières (Fr.), Meaux. Fage (R.), Limoges. Fleury (G.), Le Mans. Jalabert (D.), Paris. Laren (J.). Albi. Leblond (V.), Beauvais. Lécureux (L.), Saint-Pol de Léon. Loisel (A.), Rouen. Maillet (G.), Châlons-sur-Marne. Porté (Ch.), Auxerre. Ranquet (H. du), Clermont- Ferrand. Rey (R.), Toulouse. Salet (Fr.), Tours. Urseau (Chanoine Ch.), Angers. Vallery-Radot (J.), Bayeux.

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  • Title Page 2
  • Table of Contents 7
  • Illustrations List 9
  • Acknowledgments 15
  • Preface 17
  • Chapter One - General Introduction 19
  • Chapter Two - the First Gothic Cathedrals 38
  • Chapter Three - the Flowering of Gothic Art 60
  • Chapter Four - the Expansion of the Art of the Great Cathedrals 78
  • Chapter Five - Regional Types 92
  • Conclusion 109
  • Notes on the Illustrations 110
  • Glossary 166
  • Short Bibliography 168
  • Index 169
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