Gothic Cathedrals of France and Their Treasures

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PREFACE17
CHAPTER I. General Introduction19

The Realm of France. The Ile-de-France and Gothic art. The resources. The architect, the building-yard. Gothic art, the cross- ribbed vault. The plan. The elevation. Glorious light. Iconographic programme, the sculptors.

CHAPTER II. The First Gothic Cathedrals38

Senlis -- Noyon -- Laon -- Notre-Dame de Paris -- Meaux -- Bourges -- Le Mans.

CHAPTER III. The Flowering of Gothic Art60

Sens -- Langres -- Chartres -- Soissons -- Rheims -- Amiens -- Beauvais.

CHAPTER IV. The Expansion of the Art of the Great Cathedrals78

Nevers -- Auxerre -- Troyes -- ChU+00Elons-sur-Marne -- Amiens -- Strasbourg -- Clermont -- Limoges -- Narbonne -- Saint-Nazaire de Carcassonne -- Rodez -- Bayonne -- Bordeaux -- Dax -- Toulouse -- Tours -- Evreux -- Moulins -- Nantes -- Auch -- Orléns -- Saintes.

CHAPTER V. Regional Types92

Verdun -- Toul -- Besançon -- Dijon -- Lyons -- Vienne -- Grenoble -- Saint-Jean de Maurienne -- Lisieux -- Rouen -- Bayeux -- Coutances -- Sées -- Dol -- Saint-Brieuc -- Tréguier -- Saint-Pol de Léon -- Quimper -- Albi -- Béziers -- Saint-Bertrand de Comminges -- Perpignan -- Montpellier -- Aix -- Angers -- Saint-Milo -- Vannes -- Poitiers.

Conclusion109
Notes on the Illustrations110

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Table of contents

  • 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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