AH 538: Romanesque and Gothic Art
Students conduct advanced studies in Romanesque and Gothic architecture,
sculpture, stained glass, and illuminated manuscripts from the 12th
through the 15th centuries primarily in Western Europe. The course
includes study of structural systems, iconographic programs, and patrons
and artists, with an emphasis on primary historical sources.
- Lecture: Lecture for AH 538
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