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

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A Short Bibliography
This is confined to a selection of the most important titles for further reading, with particular attention to works in English; to well-illustrated works; and to those on the more obscure regions. Reference should be made to the detailed Bibliography in the Cambridge Medieval History, VIII, 1936.
GENERAL
Bunt, C. G. E.: Gothic Painting, London, 1947.
Clasen, K. H.: Die gotische Baukunst, Potsdam, 1930.
Dehio, G. and G. v. Bezold: Die kirchliche Baukunst des Abendlandes, Stuttgart, 1901.
Focillon, H.: Art d'Occident, 2nd ed., Paris, 1947.
[ Sturgis, R. and] Frothingham, A. L.: A History of Architecture, vols. III, IV, New York, 1915. The best general account in English of international Gothic.
Gall, E.: Die gotische Baukunst in Frankreich und Deutschland, Leipzig, 1925.
Jackson, Sir T. G.: Gothic Architecture in France, England and Italy, Cambridge, 1915.
Karlinger, H.: Die Kunst der Gotik, 2nd ed., Berlin, 1934. Probably the most useful collection of illustrations of Gothic.
Lethaby, W. R.: Mediaeval Art, 1904, etc.; 3rd ed. by D. Talbot Rice, 1949. A masterpiece by the greatest English writer on the subject. Caution: some fresh mistakes appear in the new edition.
Michel, A. ed.: Histoire de l'Art, vols. I-III, Paris, 1905 ff.
Morey, C. R.: Mediaeval Art, New York, 1942.
Pevsner, N. : An Outline of European Architecture, 1943, etc.
Réau, L.: Histoire de l'expansion de l'art français, Paris, 1928-33.
Wanscher, V.: Architekturens Historie, vol. II, Copenhagen, 1929. Valuable for bold sketches to scale, showing proportion.
AMERICA
Angulo D. Iñiguez: Historia del Arte hispano-americano, Barcelona, 1945.
--: El Gótivo y el Renacimiento en las Antillas, Seville, 1948.
Benavides A. Rodriguez: La Arquitectura en el Virreinato del Perú yen la Capitania General de Chile, Santiago de Chile, 1941.
Kubler, G.: Mexican Architecture in the Sixteenth Century (Yale Historical Publications: History of Art, V), New Haven, 1948.
AUSTRIA--see Germany.
BALTIC--see also Germany, Scandinavia.
Clasen, K. H.: Die mittelalterliche Kunst im Gebiet des Deutschordensstaates Preussen, Königsberg, 1927.
Danilowicz, C. de: La Lituanie artistique, Lausanne, 1919.
Grautoff, O.: Die Baltischen Provinzen, Bd. 3 (Bauten und Bilder), Berlin, 1916.
Karling, S.: Medeltida Träkulptur i Estland (Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien, Mono. 33), Stockholm, 1946.
--: Narva (ibid., Mono. 25), Stockholm, 1936.
Neumann, W.: Grundriss einer Geschichte der bildenden Kunst in Liv-, Est- und Kurland, Reval and Leipzig, 1887.
--: Das mittelalterliche Riga, Berlin, 1892.
Stiehl, O.: Backsteinbauten in Norddeutschland und Dänemark, Stuttgart, 1923. 133

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Table of contents

  • 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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