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BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE | History of architecture
 
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Byzantine architecture is the architecture of the Byzantine Empire, also known as the Later Roman or Eastern Roman Empire. Byzantine architecture was mostly influenced by Roman and Greek architecture and later Sassanian and Islamic influences to an extent. This terminology is used by modern historians to designate the medieval Roman Empire as it evolved as a distinct artistic and cultural entity centered on the new capital of Constantinople rather than the city of Rome and environs. The empire endured for more than a millennium, dramatically influencing Medieval architecture throughout Europe and the Near East, and becoming the primary progenitor of the Renaissance and Ottoman architectural traditions that followed its collapse. Buildings increased in geometric complexity, brick and plaster were used in addition to stone in the decoration of important public structures, classical orders were used more freely, mosaics replaced carved decoration, complex domes rested upon massive piers, and windows filtered light through thin sheets of alabaster to softly illuminate interiors. Most of the surviving structures are sacred in nature, with secular buildings mostly known only through contemporaneous descriptions. Buildings increased in geometric complexity, brick and plaster were used in addition to stone in the decoration of important public structures, classical orders were used more freely, mosaics replaced carved decoration, complex domes rested upon massive piers, and windows filtered light through thin sheets of alabaster to softly illuminate interiors. Most of the surviving structures are sacred in nature, with secular buildings mostly known only through contemporaneous descriptions. Ultimately, Byzantine architecture in the West gave a way to Carolingian, Romanesque, and Gothic architecture. The Holy Trinity Hellenic Orthodox Church is the oldest built Byzantine style church in the U.S.A, located in Lowell, Massachusetts.
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Medieval Art History Overview from Phil Hansen
 
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Created by Artist Phil Hansen. Text "studio" to 31996 to get updates from the studio.
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Early Byzantine Art
 
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Review of Keys Works of Early Byzantine Art Overview of Early Byzantine Period: 0:01-0:34 Overview of Byzantine Empire and Constantinople: 0:35-3:14 Overview of Justinian: 3:14-4:13 Hagia Sophia: 4:13-7:17 Mosaics featuring Justinian and Theodora, San Vitale, Ravenna: 7:17-9:50 Monasticism and the monastery of St. Catherine: 9:50-10:43 Virgin (Theotokos) and Child between Saints Theodore and George: 10:43-11:34 Christ Icon: 11:34-12:04 Iconoclasm: 12:04-13:24
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Common Characteristics of Romanesque and Gothic Architecture - Religion and Art History
 
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Roman Art History from Goodbye-Art Academy
 
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Created by Artist Phil Hansen. Text "studio" to 31996 to get updates from the studio.
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Gothic Art History from Goodbye-Art Academy
 
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Created by Artist Phil Hansen. Text "studio" to 31996 to get updates from the studio.
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Roman Temples VS Greek Temples - Understanding The Differences
 
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Ancient Roman temples were among the most important buildings in Roman culture... only a few survive in any sort of complete state. The most common architectural plan had a rectangular temple raised on a high podium, with a clear front with a portico at the top of steps, and a triangular pediment above columns. Public religious ceremonies of the official Roman religion took place outdoors. Some remains of many Roman temples survive but the relatively few near-complete examples were nearly all converted to Christian churches. Greek temples interiors too did not serve as meeting places, since the sacrifices and rituals dedicated to the respective deity took place outside them. Greek temples were designed and constructed according to set proportions, mostly determined by the lower diameter of the columns or by the dimensions of the foundation levels. The nearly mathematical strictness of the basic designs thus reached was lightened by optical refinements. In spite of the still widespread idealised image, Greek temples were painted - bright reds and blues contrasted with the white of the building stones or of stucco. The more elaborate temples were equipped with very rich figural decoration in the form of reliefs and pedimental sculpture. Canonical Greek temples maintained the same basic structure throughout many centuries. The Greeks used a limited number of spatial components, influencing the plan, and of architectural members, determining the elevation. Link to the 12 Olympians video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVM5SbDTdWU Consider supporting my gofundme campaign :D https://www.gofundme.com/muromachi-period-samurai-armour Follow me on my social networks: https://www.patreon.com/themetatron https://www.instagram.com/metatron_youtube/ https://www.facebook.com/Metatron-1538668943017953/?fref=ts https://twitter.com/pureMetatron http://realmetatron.tumblr.com/ Royalty free music by Epidemic Sound: intro ES_Knights Templar 1 - Johannes Bornlöf intro 2 ES_Medieval Adventure 01 - Johannes Bornlöf outro ES_Knights Templar 2 - Johannes Bornlöf Check out the facebook page of the photographer who works with me, he has lots of fantastic pictures https://www.facebook.com/amedeo.caporrimo?fref=ts and his instagram https://www.facebook.com/amedeo.caporrimo?fref=ts Check out my friend Salvo's channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyhvVE5jjPp4p2-qyvH4_6w
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Byzantine Art
 
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A glimpse at the changes in Byzantine Art!
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What is Gothic Architecture?
 
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A little something to help you recognize and understand gothic architecture. Easy Architecture is a continuing web series that explains architecture to people of all ages so they might better understand their built environment. Written, Produced and Edited by: Mark Wilcken Architectural Advisor: Ethel Goodstein- Murphree, Associate Dean and Professor of Architecture at Fay Jones School of Architecture, University of Arkansas Thanks: Greg Herman, Jayson Malik & Arise Studios Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Easy-Architecture-159572297587345/?ref=hl Twitter: @EasyArchitectur
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Byzantine Art SU14
 
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Byzantine Art - 2 Sculpture
 
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Second video about the Byzantine Art serie. Any doubt? Send me a message. Historia del Arte: https://namerethistoriadelarte.blogspot.com.es/ Land of the Art: https://www.facebook.com/landoftheart The translation of the capital to Constantinople and the division of the Roman Empire are two fundamental facts for Western art history. The Roman art, when has contact with eastern and hellenic elements, it transforms. The importance of Byzantium is enormous, both for their own artistic creations and for being transmitting of the Eastern Christianity. In it receives the dome decoration, monumental decoration carved in two planes, a taste for the grandiose proportions, luxury, and a large number of iconographic themes. In Byzantine Art there are three periods: the first is from the time of Emperor Justinian (VI century); the second is after the iconoclastic crisis, and is the best in creations of iconographic themes (IX to XII centuries); and the last is a rebirth, from the XIV century, which is truncated by the capture of Constantinople by the Turks in 1453, but continues to persist in the following centuries in Orthodox countries. As this is the shortest description of all the chapters, I am going to explain here the Iconoclast problem. Chistianity began being aniconic. They used the imperial language in the iconography (Christ as an emperor). The relics are sacred, they cure. The Acheropoietas images are the ones not made by man hand, like the mandylion or the portrait of the Virgin. Iconodulia is when you agree the veneration of imagen. To venerate is cult to what the image represents. It’s difference to adulate, that is cult to the image as object, and that is idolatry. Iconoclast is to destroy images. Aniconic is without representations. Virtus is the divine power to live of the images. Transitus is the path that the prays follow to get to the character (Christ, Virgin...). Imago is cult image and Istoria is narrative image. The image is good because it educates, it remembers the saints to the faithful and is honor to the saints. Against it, the Bible says that is forbidden to represent and that Jesus has two parts: human and divine, and just human can be represented, so the representation is incomplete. Fear of idolatry. Iconomachy is fight between iconodulio and iconoclast. First there was favor of images with Justinian II, adding the face of Christ in the coins. Then, Leo III and Constantine V forbid the images. Eirene, wife of Leo IV, reestablished the images. Later, Leo V forbid images again. Finally, the feast of ortodoxy by Theodora and Michael III makes that images come back. Day of Ortodoxy. Finally, to add, the word is the important. An example. You see two statues of a beautiful woman, the same one. One is called Virgin, other Venus. The statue with the name of Virgin is sacred just for that. The libri carilini only recognized eucharisty as representation of Christ. And to end, in year 1000 begin the conversion to the images. The Byzantine sculptures are scarce. The best preserved examples are the reliefs of small ivory plaques. The sculptures in the round are almost inexistents (to not to say fully...) due to fear of idolatry. Throne of Maximian: of ivory, with some reliefs. It was the throne of the archbishop Maximian. Steatite Plate (Toledo): from the IX century, in the second period, the iconography is enriched with new compositions as the evangelical cycle. the life of the Virgin, the consecration of the Emperor and the cycle of the Twelve Feasts. The steatite is a soft and easily cut stone found worldwide. Triptych of Romanos IV and Eudoxia: of ivory, appear the Saviour crowning these two persons. Ivory Panel (Thessaly): of ivory, and seems the Virgin with the Child and saints sourronding them. Saint Peter and Saint Mark: it is Peter dictating the Gospel to Mark. Virgin Hagiosoritissa: a relief showing a kind of icon (see Mosaic and Painting for icons). The Hagiosoritissa icon is an iconographic type in which the Virgin is depicted nearly in profile with both her hands extended out from her chest in prayer. Saint Demetrios: from XIV century. Diptych: unknown. Of ivory maybe, I see various scenes, including the Passio Christi. Triptych of Areobindus (?): not sure if it is this one, I found a few images all different... anyway... Triptych of Harbaville: represents Christ in Majesty, flanked by the Virgin Mary and Saint John Baptist. In this scene appear the apostles James, John, Peter, Paul and Andrew. On the sides and the roundels are representing several saints. Ivory. Music: Lament for the Fall of Constantinople Photos taken in Google images. No copyright infringement intended.
Byzantine art 4
 
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Early Christian & Byzantine Art Review
 
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Please use this resource to study.
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Baroque Sculpture and Architecture (Baroque Art: Part II)
 
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Did you miss Part One about Baroque Painting? Here's a link: https://youtu.be/_tmha5Iw3b4 This is the second part of my lecture on Baroque art, which focuses on Baroque sculpture and architecture before closing with a brief introduction to Rococo art. The primary focus is on Bernini's work as a sculptor and architect, including his sculptures of David, the Ecstasy of St. Teresa, and St. Peter's Square. Rococo, or "Late Baroque," art went further in challenging Renaissance conventions of symmetry and restraint, taking "extra" to new heights.
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Gothic Architecture in 2 minutes
 
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Brief explanation of Gothic Architecture in "Draw My Life" style. Resources: http://historylists.org/architecture/list-of-top-10-most-spectacular-gothic-buildings.html https://sg.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101230212420AAiRws9 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gothic_architecture http://www.exploring-castles.com/characteristics_of_gothic_architecture.html http://www.historybyzim.com/2013/02/gothic-architecture/ http://html.rincondelvago.com/romanesque-and-gothic-arquitecture.html http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/culture-miscellaneous/difference-between-gothic-and-romanesque-architecture/ Music: "Plucky Daisy" by Kevin MacLeod
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The Great Epochs of European Art - Early Christian and Byzantine Art, Romanesque Art & Gothic Art
 
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This informative set contains 3 complete programs that were filmed on location throughout Europe. These unique programs are illustrated by selected masterpieces of architecture, sculpture and painting. In addition to showing formal and stylistic aspects, great importance is devoted to revealing the thoughts and ideas which have formed the basis of art throughout the ages. For more information on this DVD or to purchase, please visit http://www.kultur.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=D4513
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Renaissance Architecture
 
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An overview of Renaissance architecture http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/32952/Western-architecture/47340/The-Renaissance
Cimabue - Pre-Renaissance Art
 
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Cimabue-Giovanni Cenni di Peppi "Cimabue (c. 1240--1302), also known as Bencivieni di Pepo or in modern Italian, Benvenuto di Giuseppe, was a Florentine painter and creator of mosaics. Cimabue is generally regarded as one of the first great Italian painters to break away from the Italo-Byzantine style, although he still relied on Byzantine models The art of this period comprised scenes and forms that appeared relatively flat and highly stylized. Cimabue was a pioneer in the move towards naturalism, as his figures were depicted with rather more life-like proportions and shading. Even though he was a pioneer in that move, his Maestà paintings show Medieval techniques and characteristics. According to Giorgio Vasari, he was the teacher of Giotto, considered the first great artist of the Italian Renaissance." © Images are copyright of their respective owners, assignees or others - video used for non profit purposes
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Ancient Roman Fresco Painting
 
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For links to more specific information about attributed images, visit http://www.aprildill.com/art-video-attributions.
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Romanesque Art and Architecture
 
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Review of Key Works of Romanesque Europe Overview of Romanesque Period and Style in Europe: 0:01-1:32 Reliquary of St. Foy at Conques: 1:33-3:47 Bernard of Clairvaux: 3:47-4:39 Santiago de Compostela, Spain: 4:39-6:14 Overview of Typical Romanesque Pilgrimage Church Plan: 6:14-6:55 Nave capitals, Sainte Madeleine, Vézelay: 6:58-9:50 Gislebertus, Last Judgment, St. Lazare, Autun: 9:51-11:33 Gisleberus, Eve: 11:34-12:08 Hildegard of Bingen receives her visions: 12:09-13:28 Cathedral Complex, Pisa, Italy: 13:28-14:13 Bayeux Tapestry: 14:14-14:45 Durham Cathedral 14:45-14:58
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What Is The Definition Of The Byzantine Empire??
 
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What does byzantine empire mean? Definitions. Byzantine empire ancient history encyclopedia. Empire of se & s europe and w asia from 4th to 15th century. All free definition of byzantine adjective in oxford advanced learner's dictionary. Definition of byzantine by merriam webster. Googleusercontent search. Term used for the emperors of russia(also czar) kids. Byzantine empire definition of byzantine by the free. Byzantine empire dictionary definition of the byzantine new world encyclopediachegg 9 flashcards kids. Definition of byzantine empire merriam webster's student dictionarybyzantine definition wordreference dictionary english. Byzantine empire wikipediadefine byzantine at dictionary defined. To describe architecture of the 5th to 15th centuries in byzantine empire. Student dictionary one entry found for byzantine empire. Oxford byzantine empire definition and meaning wikipedia. Au dictionary definition byzantine empire. Byzantine adjective definition, pictures, pronunciation and usage. Byzantine empire definition of byzantine in english. Its extent varied 2 architecture of, relating to, or having the characteristics of a style developed in byzantine empire especially fifth and sixth centuries was continuation roman definition. 00 0 votes)rate this definition byzantine empire, byzantium, eastern roman empire(noun). Empire of justinian i (us military princeton's wordnet(0. Pronunciation the byzantine empire was eastern half of roman empire, which survived for a thousand years after western had crumbled into various feudal definition, meaning, english dictionary, synonym, see also 'byzantine church',byzantine greek',byzant', reverso dictionary wordreference questions, discussion and forums. Byzantine empire wikipedia. It was finally extinguished by the fall of constantinople, its capital, in 1453 byzantine empire, also referred to as eastern roman continuation may be transliterated latin basileia rh mai n, meaning empire^ between 1204 and 1261 there an empire mediterranean region, dating from ad 395 when partitioned into western portions. By livius published on 28 april 2011. Au dictionary definition byzantine empire 'byzantine. A continuation of the roman empire in definition byzantine our online dictionary has information from fashion, costume, and culture clothing, headwear, jan 27, 2017 byzantium may be defined as a multi ethnic that emerged christian empire, soon comprised hellenized east (395 1453 ad), or eastern originated with intermittent divisions rome into western halves 3rd russian orthodoxy. Byzantine empire definition, the eastern roman after fall of western in a. Define byzantine empire at dictionary browse url? Q webcache. Dsee more byzantine empire(historical) predominantly the greek speaking continuation of roman empire during late antiquity and middle ages with a capital city constantinople (modern day istanbul), originally known as byzantium, which fell in 1453 south eastern europe asia minor formed meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, from oxford dictionaries britishthe east, esp after deposition last emperor rome (476 ad). Russian form of christianity brought from the byzantine empire.
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Renaissance v. Medieval Art
 
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Lecture supporting VA SOL standard 2b for World History since 1500
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Art of the Middle Ages - Art and Architecture In Medieval France - Documentary
 
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Studies Art in the Middle Ages and various aspects of several major medieval architecture and cathedrals of France, including Conques, Autun, Chartres, Amiens, and Reims. Explains the symbolism of the architectural and sculptural styles, and pointing out that the cathedral stands as a viable summary of the philosophical and intellectual world of the Middle Ages. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0LHEYTEAyndlUqRJYtBZEg
Romanesque vs Gothic Architecture
 
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This video describes the defining attributes of Romanesque and Gothic Architecture.
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The Roman Empire. Or Republic. Or...Which Was It?: Crash Course World History #10
 
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In which John Green explores exactly when Rome went from being the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire. Here's a hint: it had something to do with Julius Caesar, but maybe less than you think. Find out how Caesar came to rule the empire, what led to him getting stabbed 23 times on the floor of the senate, and what happened in the scramble for power after his assassination. John covers Rome's transition from city-state to dominant force in the Mediterranean in less than 12 minutes. Well, Rome's expansion took hundreds of years, he just explains it in under 12 minutes. The senate, the people, Rome, the caesarian section, the Julian calendar and our old friend Pompey all make appearances, but NOT the Caesar Salad, as Julius had nothing to do with it. Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-world-history-the-complete-series-dvd-set Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @thoughtbubbler Like us! ‪http://www.facebook.com/youtubecrashcourse Follow us again! ‪http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse
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Introduction to Gothic Art
 
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Otis Art History 13 - Romanesque Architecture
 
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From the Caves to Romanticism, take a journey through centuries of art and learn about the role of art in culture and the place of the artist in society. This series of five-minute podcasts from Otis College of Art and Design features sumptuous images and informative texts. Presented by Dr. Jeanne Willette, faculty at Otis College of Art and Design.
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Comparison of The Romanesque Style and The Gothic Style
 
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Midterm project for HUM2020.
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BEAUX ARTS PERIOD DESIGN - Visual Learning HD
 
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A look at the Beaux Arts Period for design, Art, Architecture, Influences, palaces and much more.
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TICE ART 1010 Baroque and Rococo
 
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This video is the TICE ART 1010 overview for Baroque and Rococo Art
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Early and High Gothic Art
 
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Review of Key Works of Early and High Gothic Europe Overview of Gothic Style: 0:01-2:33 Abbot Suger: 2:33-3:38 Ambulatory of St. Denis: 3:38-5:45 Anagogical Window, St. Denis: 5:45-6:40 West Facade of Cathedral of Notre Dame at Chartres, France, including Royal Portal: 6:41-9:20 Stained-glass window with scenes from the Life of Christ, Chartres: 9:20-10:07 Notre Dame de la Belle Verrière (Our Lady of the beautiful window), Chartres: 10:07-10:48 Nave and Choir, Chartres and church plan: 10:48-11:16 Flying Buttresses and Elements of Gothic Architecture: 11:16-11:53 West facade of Reims Cathedral: 11:53-12:40 Annunciation and Visitation, jamb statues, Reims: 12:40-13:58 Demon gargoyle, Notre Dame, Paris: 13:58-14:44
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Baroque Italy
 
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Background about the term 'Baroque': 0:01 - 0:37 Baroque style key ideas: 0:38 - 1:03 Types of Baroque Style: 1:04 - 2:16 Map of Europe in the 17th century: 2:17 - 2:39 "Catholic Triumph": 2:40 - 3:00 Bernini. Piazza of St. Peter's Basilica: 3:01 - 4:37 Bernini. Baldacchino: 4:38 - 5:52 Bernini. Cathedra Petri: 5:53 - 6:20 Bernini. St. Longinus: 6:21 - 7:23 Bernini. Pluto and Proserpina: 7:24 - 8:51 Bernini. Apollo and Daphne: 8:52 - 9:40 Bernini. Ectasy of St. Teresa for the Cornaro Chapel: 9:41 - 10:27 St. Ignatius and Loyola and the Jesuits: 10:28 - 10:40 Traits of Baroque Architecture: 10:41 - 10:53 Borromini. San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane (St. Charles at the Four Fountains): 10:54 - 11:26Types (Genres) of Painting in the Baroque period (Still-Life, Genre, Landscape, Portraits, History): 11:27 - 11:35 Annibale Caracci. Loves of the Gods: 11:36 - 12:18 Caravaggio. Contarelli Chapel (Calling of St. Matthew, Inspiration of St. Matthew, Martyrdom of St. Matthew): 12:19 - 14:00 Caravaggio. Cerasi Chapel (Conversion of St. Paul and Martyrdom of St. Matthew): 14:01 - 14:42 Caravaggio. David: 14:43 - 14:52 Pietro da Cortona. Triumph of the Barberini (ran out of time!): 14:53 - 15:01
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Renaissance Architecture
 
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Medieval Architecture | History of Western Civilization | Engineering Documentary Films
 
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Medieval Architecture | History of Western Civilization | Engineering Documentary Films Medieval architecture is architecture common in Medieval Europe. The Latin cross plan, common in medieval ecclesiastical architecture, takes the Roman basilica as its primary model with subsequent developments. It consists of a nave, transepts, and the altar stands at the east end (see Cathedral diagram). Also, cathedrals influenced or commissioned by Justinian employed the Byzantine style of domes and a Greek cross (resembling a plus sign), with the altar located in the sanctuary on the east side of the church. Surviving examples of medieval secular architecture mainly served for defense. Castles and fortified walls provide the most notable remaining non-religious examples of medieval architecture. Windows gained a cross-shape for more than decorative purposes, they provided a perfect fit for a crossbowman to safely shoot at invaders from inside. Crenellated walls (battlements) provided shelters for archers on the roofs to hide behind when not shooting invaders. Read more about “Medieval Architecture | History of Western Civilization | Engineering Documentary Films”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medieval_architecture You may also subscribe to ENGINEERING DOCUMENTARY FILMS channel for more updated videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbP_z__DD8t-Y7WdcsTzc1g Thank you for watching “Medieval Architecture | History of Western Civilization | Engineering Documentary Films”.
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RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE
 
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ASCT 1230 ARCHITECTURAL THEORY AND HISTORY BCIT RHEA AND DANY
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Romanesque Art
 
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Visit our Romanesque Art blog - http://www.romanesqueart.net - where you can find information regarding romanesque art period, including romanesque architecture, sculptures, wall paintings, book illuminations and other amazing works of art.
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Art in the Middle Ages
 
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Art in the Middle Ages for 7th grade Ohio standards
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Smash Doodle and Paint - Gouache and Watercolor - Epsode 1 - St. Frida Khalo
 
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Frida Khalo painted in an illustrative byzantine style by Artist Illustrator Antony Pugh. Thanks you to these ladies who have inspired me to do this in the first place in no particular order Audra Aucrlair, Studio Jess, Holly Exley, Eve Bolt, Emily Artful, Watercolor Misfit, Fefê Torquato, Jullie Bee, Juicy Ink and Fran Meneses. YouTube Links for the people mention and those who were accidentally deleted during editing. Audra Auclair - https://www.youtube.com/user/Jelopiful Studio Jess -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDst22Qp9887Jd2YT5yfI7A The Spin Doctor - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyzJ-NaAUn3PWcsk2YFXSPA WATERCOLOR by Scarlett Damen - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7rvFvOrD_wywvPVftg-7Xw Eve Bolt - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChEvCpL92wuGcO4KnVXi7KA Angela Fehr - https://www.youtube.com/user/angelfehr Jellie Bee - https://www.youtube.com/user/JellieBeeVideo Inna Ogando - https://www.youtube.com/user/InnaOgando Watercolor Misfit - https://www.youtube.com/user/WaterColorMisfit holly Exley - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQRpKldwdkyBW3qgCVZNrMA iraville - https://www.youtube.com/user/iraville Hajra Meeks - https://www.youtube.com/user/hsmeeks Emily Artful - https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRetroFaceYT Aspen Fisher - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClUzf4GCyxk1PYWw_Jb4H6Q Kendyll Hillegas - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxP10c-UThLulino-AZLuIw Bao Pham - https://www.youtube.com/user/baotpham Anita Gadzińska - https://www.youtube.com/user/Mistrel PearFleur - https://www.youtube.com/user/MyPetiteCakes Fefê Torquato - https://www.youtube.com/user/FefeTor4 Juicy Ink - https://www.youtube.com/user/juicyink Mateusz Urbanowicz - https://www.youtube.com/user/mattjabbar Emma Maree - https://www.youtube.com/user/EmmaxMareeOfficial Dramie - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCujc4tntBXphKNlDfSUHj0g Chloe Rose Art - https://www.youtube.com/user/MsChlosey Art supplies used Winsor and Newton Designers Gouache Schmincke Watercolors Number 6 Round Nuber 0 Detail Brush Fabriano cold press watercolor paper 6x8 Created with Wondershare Filmora
KHO GAR Mannerist Architecture
 
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After extensive research about mannerist Architecture we discovered...
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