Gothic Cathedrals of France and Their Treasures

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Illustrations List
Frontispiece: NOTRE-DAME DE PARIS.View of the nave from a tribune gallery
1. TOURS. Vaults in the nave
VAULTS
2. NOYON--tribune gallery
3. BAYONNE--chapter-house
4. SENLIS--pendant boss
5. NARBONNE--ambulatory
BUTTRESSES AND FLYING BUTTRESSES
6-7. CHARTRES
FLYING BUTTRESSES AND PINNACLES
8. PARIS
9. EVREUX
CHEVETS
10. LAON
11. COUTANCES
BLIND AND GLAZED TRIFORIA
12. NEVERS
13. LYONS
14. CHÂLONS-SUR-MARNE
15. SÉES
WINDOWS
16. RHEIMS
17. TROYES
18. TOUL
19. AUCH
20. LE MANS
STAINED GLASS
21. LE MANS--The Ascension
22. CHARTRES--Sculptors
23. BOURGES--Masons
24. ROUEN--Signature of Clément of Chartres
25. TOURS--Adam and Eve
26. MOULINS--St Catherine
27. BEAUVAIS--St Francis of Assisi
ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE DECORATION
28. ANGERS
29. LANGERS
30. LE MANS
31. RHEIMS
32. TOUL
33. ROUEN
34. AMIENS
35. VIENNE
36. CHÂLONS-SUR-MARNE
37. VIENNE
TOWERS AND BELL-TOWERS
38. BAYEUX
39. BOURGES
WEST FRONTS
40. CHARTRES
41. TOURS
42. CHARTRES--Royal Portal: Christ in Majesty
ANGELS IN SUB-ARCHES
43. ANGERS
44. ROUEN
45. VIENNE
LIBERAL ARTS
46. Music CHARTRES
47. Grammar
48. Grammar PARIS
49. Music
50. Grammar--LYONS
51. Meekness CHARTRES
52. Strength
53. Above, Humility and Wisdom; below,
Pride and Folly--PARIS
54. A Virtue--STRABOURG
55. A ProphetLAON
56. Sibyl of Erythrea
OCCUPATIONS OF THE MONTHS AND SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC
57. January CHARTRES, Royal Portak
58. February
59. January SENLIS
60. February
61. JanuaryAMIENS
62. February
63. March
64. January, the Water-Carrier; February-- STRASBOURG

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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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