Art and Architecture in Medieval France: Medieval Architecture, Sculpture, Stained Glass, Manuscripts, the Art of the Church Treasuries

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ALL PHOTOGRAPHS are by the author unless otherwise indicated. The author wishes to thank the following for permission to reproduce photographs: Professor Robert Branner; Professor Kenneth J. Conant; Professor Sumner McK. Crosby; Brooks W. Stoddard; Professor Clarence Ward; The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore; The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; The Cleveland Museum of Art; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Pierpont Morgan Library; Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; National Gallery of Art, Washington; Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown; Alinari, Florence; Archives Photographiques, Paris; Foto-Marburg; Photographie Giraudon, Paris. The majority of the photographs taken by the author and his son are available in colored slides at Sandak Incorporated, New York.
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PART I--Romanesque France
1. Saint. Martin-du-Canigou, 1001-1026. From the south12
2. Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, XIth, XIIth centuries. From the south14
3. Conques, Sainte-Foy, c. 1050-c. 1120. From the southwest14
4. Mont-Saint-Michel (XIth, XIIIth centuries) in 1416. Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, fol. 195v, Chantilly, Musée Condé (Foto-Marburg)17
5. Mont-Saint-Michel. Air view from the northwest (Aero-photo-Giraudon)17
6. Vézelay, La Madeleine, 1120-1136. From the southwest17
7. Fontenay Abbey, 1139-1147. From the west (Archives Photographiques)20
8. Fontenay Abbey. Plan (after Bégule, L'Abbaye de Fontenay, P.M.)20
9. Fontenay Abbey. Nave and choir22
10. Fontenay Abbey. South aisle22
11. Fontenay Abbey. Choir22
12. Fontenay Abbey. South transept22
13. Fontenay Abbey. From the east24
14. Fontenay Abbey. Cloister (church on left; dormitory on right)24
15. Arles, Saint-Trophîme, 1140's-1150's. Cloister from the south26
16. Fontenay Abbey. Cloister, east gallery26
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17. Arles, Saint-Trophîme. Cloister, north gallery26
18. Le Thoronet Abbey, mid-XIIth century. Cloister27
19. Le Thoronet Abbey. Lavabo and cloister from the south27
20. Fontenay Abbey. Chapter house27
21. La Trappe d'Aiguebelle, XIIth century. Refectory27
22. Fontevrault Abbey. Kitchen28
23. Fontevrault Abbey. Vaults of kitchen28
24. Fontenay Abbey. Forge and mill28
25. Berzé-la-Ville, grange, c. 1100. Chapel28
26. Conques, Sainte-Foy, c. 1050-c. 1120. Nave30
27. Conques, Sainte-Foy. Cross section through the nave32
28. Saint Foye of Conques, last quarter IXth, last quarter Xth centuries with later additions. Gold, precious stones, 2 ft. 9 in. (Treasury of Conques)32
29. Conques, Sainte-Foy, c. 1050-c. 1120. Plan (after Aubert, P.M.)32
30. Conques, Sainte-Foy, c. 1050-c. 1120. Nave vaults from choir34
31. Conques, Sainte-Foy. South aisle from the east34
32. Conques, Sainte-Foy. Nave from choir34
33. Conques, Sainte-Foy. Façade36
34. Conques, Sainte-Foy. From the south36

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