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Richmond Library Annexe (or online)

Gothic to Renaissance Court and Church

France was the leading proponents in the development of the Romanesque and Gothic style. Please join Hattie as she explores architecture, sculpture and painting in the graceful style of "International Gothic". More information below

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Gothic to Renaissance Court and Church
Gothic to Renaissance Court and Church

Time & Location

Nov 17, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT

Richmond Library Annexe (or online), Quadrant Rd, Richmond TW9 1DH, UK

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About the Event

France was the leading proponents in the development of Romanesque and Gothic style.  From cathedral architecture to painted and sculpted figures the elegant elongated proportion was central to the graceful style of "International Gothic" which dominated the European aesthetic.  The revival of classical proportion in Renaissance Italy is evident in the Loire Palaces in which Italian artists were employed, creating a mannerist aesthetic "Fontainebleau School". Finally we will look at portraiture and the superb studies by Francois Clouet.

Delivered by Hattie Bennett

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    £15.00
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