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2008 Forces, Scott Yarbrough May 2008

2008 Forces, Scott Yarbrough

Forces

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The Sainte-Chapelle Ivory Virgin & Child: Rayonnant Style And Private Devotion, Caroline Harrington Jan 2008

The Sainte-Chapelle Ivory Virgin & Child: Rayonnant Style And Private Devotion, Caroline Harrington

Inquiry: The University of Arkansas Undergraduate Research Journal

This paper examines a major shift in French Gothic sculpture of the second half of the thirteenth century, as exemplified by the Sainte-Chapelle Virgin and Child. During this period there was a new emphasis on elegance in art works, giving rise to a new style called Rayonnant, a style paralleled by a new emphasis on the humanity of Christ and the Virgin Mary. The scale and patronage of the Sainte-Chapelle Virgin and Child demonstrate the changing purpose of sculpture from a ceremonial role in church life to a private devotional object for the French elite, in particular king of France ...


Art For All, Northern Iowa Today, Fall 2008, C.J. Hines Jan 2008

Art For All, Northern Iowa Today, Fall 2008, C.J. Hines

Art on Campus Documents

Various articles on art at the University of Northern Iowa (also formerly known as Iowa State Teachers College).