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- Scenes from Genesis in the Good Samaritan Window
- Cathedral of Notre-Dame
- Chatres, France
- c. 1200-1210
- In the Nave Aisle
- Gothic Period
- Depicts rise and fall of Adam and Eve
- Interior view of Choir of the Abbey
- Church of Saint-Denis, France
- 1140- 1144
- Gothic Period
- Abbot Suger
- "Divine Luminosity" "illuminating the soul and uniting it with God."
- Open, flowing space
- Flight into Egypt, From the Infancy of Christ Window
- Church of Saint-Denis
- 1140- 1144
- Axial Choir Chapel
- Gothic Period
- The Glencairn Museum, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania
- Jamb Statues from the Royal Portal
- Chartres Cathedral, France
- c. 1145-1155
- Right side of central West door, "royal portal"
- "idealized hands radiate a sense of spiritual serenity"
- Interior of Chartres Cathedral
- c. 1194 - 1250
- France
- Gothic Architecture
- Jamb Statues From Reims Cathedral
- c.1230-1250
- Right Jamb of Central Portal
- Annunciation (Mary and Gabriel) left pair
- Visitation (Mary and Elizabeth) right pair
- Interior of Upper Chapel, Sainte-Chapelle
- 1239-1248
- Paris, France
- Constructed to hold Louis IX's relics
- "glowing jewel box"
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- Virgin and Child
- From abbey of Church of Saint-Denis
- c. 1324-1339
- Gothic period
- Art becoming more emotionally expressive
- Conjectural Reconstruction of the front of the Maestà (Majesty) Altarpiece
- Siena Cathedral
- c. 1308-1311
- Duccio di Buoninsegna
- Gothic Period
- Dismantled in 1771
- Raising of Lazarus
- Duccio di Buoninsegna
- Siena Cathedral
- 1308-1311
- "dramatic urgency"
-Duccio "banished crude Greek style and revived the modern"
- Virgin and Child Enthroned
- Giotto di Bondone
- High altar of church of Ognissanti, Florence
- references Cimabue's use of symmetry
- "these are fully-three dimensional beings, whose plainly draped, bulky bodies inhabit real space."
- Scrovegni (Arena) Chapel
- Giotto di Bondone
- 1305-1306
- Padua, Italy
-Commissioned by Enrico Scrovegni (rich man), a money loaner, as almost a way to seek forgiveness for his sins.