Final Exam Terms
- University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa
- Art History
- Art History 252
- Final Exam Terms
Last Modified: 2012-04-24
During which years does the Romanesque period occur?
What scene is usually depicted on the tympanum?
What church did William the Conqueror build?
What is the Bayeux Tapestry?
What did the Bayeux Tapestry commemorate?
Who coined the term, “Gothic”?
In what church did the Gothic style first appear?
Who introduced the Gothic style at the abbey church in Saint-Denis?
What does it mean to achieve “soaring heights” inthe Gothic period?
In what country was the Gothic style most prevalent?
What year did Chartres Cathedral burn down?
How long did it take to rebuild the Chartres Cathedral after it burned?
How does the view of the Virgin Mary change duringthe Gothic period?
What even during the 14th century would influencethe death and suffering highlighted in the Röttgen Pietá?
How does the English Gothic style, like SalisburyCathedral, differ from the French Gothic (Reims Cathedral or Amiens Cathedral)?
What does “Proto-Renaissance” mean?
What does the term “Renaissance” mean?
In what city did the Renaissance period emerge?
What is the Italo-Byzantine style?
What was the relationship of Cimabue and Giotto?
What is the relationship between Humanism and the Renaissance?
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