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Gothic

Gothic Movement — Gothic art, the painting, sculpture, and architecture characteristic of the second of two great international eras that flourished in western and central Europe during the Middle Ages. Gothic art evolved from Romanesque art and lasted from the mid-12th century to as late as the end of the 16th century in some areas. The term Gothic was coined by classicizing Italian writers of the Renaissance, who attributed the invention (and what to them was the nonclassical ugliness) of medieval architecture to the barbarian Gothic tribes that had destroyed the Roman Empire and its classical culture in the 5th century ce. The term retained its derogatory overtones until the 19th century, at which time a positive critical revaluation of Gothic architecture took place. Although modern scholars have long realized that Gothic art has nothing in truth to do with the Goths, the term Gothic remains a standard one in the study of art history.


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7 Galleries
       Firenze, Andrea da [Italian, 1343-1377] (10 Images)
       Miscellaneous Gothic Art (No Images or Galleries Found)
       Pisano, Andrea (Andrea da Pontedera) [Italian, c.1270-c.1348] (6 Images)
       Pisano, Giovanni [Italian, 1250-1314] (9 Images)
       Pisano, Nicola [Italian, 1220-1278] (6 Images)
       Pontedera, Andrea da (Andrea Pisano) [Italian, c.1270-c.1348] (6 Images)
       Veronica, Master of (Master of Cologne) [German, c.1395-c.1415] (3 Images)
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