4 edition of Sculpture from Notre-Dame, Paris found in the catalog.
Sculpture from Notre-Dame, Paris
|Statement||by Carmen Gómez-Moreno.|
|Contributions||Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||NB550 .G65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||79018998|
Notre-Dame de Paris: a bit of history. The cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris occupies the site where several sanctuaries have stood since the Gallo-Roman era: a temple dedicated to Jupiter, a large basilica from the 4th century, and a Carolingian cathedral in the 9th century. Victor Hugo, , a poet, novelist, and dramatist, is the most well-known French Romance writer; "Notre Dame de Paris" ("The Hunchback of Notre-Dame"), published in , is Hugo's first great novel, a classic example of French romanticism--the tale of Quasimodo, his hunchback hero --one of the masterpieces of literature. Genre/Form: Catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Erlande-Brandenburg, Alain. Sculptures de Notre-Dame de Paris au Musée de Cluny. Paris: Ministère de la culture, Editions de la Réunion des musées nationaux, Get this from a library! Les Sculptures de Notre-Dame de Paris au Musée de Cluny. [Alain Erlande-Brandenburg; Dominique Thibaudat; Musée national du Moyen âge-Thermes de Cluny (Paris)].
Genre/Form: Photobooks Illustrated works French language materials: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aubert, Marcel, Notre-Dame de Paris.
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Art and architecture lovers around the world, and millions of Roman Catholics, feared the worst in a savage fire that consumed much of Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris. The Cathedral's High Altar.
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Notre-Dame Cathedral is one of Paris’ most important monuments. Completed with much fanfare in the middle of the 14th century, the fantastic Medieval cathedral has served several purposes during its year history.
As the seat of the city’s archbishop, Notre-Dame is Paris’ premier Catholic Church. 18 rows List of sculptures in Notre-Dame de Paris.
This is a list of sculptures in Notre-Dame de. Portrait of Queen Marie Thérèse of France, as patron of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris, by Charles Beaubrun and Henri Beaubrun the younger, ca. — Source.
Bouquinistes, since the 15th century. Bouquinistes are Paris' secondhand booksellers installed on the pavement along the Seine, in the vicinity of Notre-Dame Cathedral. The origin of the trade only goes back to the mid 15th century.
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Exact copy of the statue of ‘Notre Dame des Victoires’ in Paris. Destroyed during the Sculpture from Notre-Dame of The head was parachuted back into France in in order to be restored. Sculptor Henri Vallette re-sculpted the statue based on the dimensions of the head.
In. Sculpture from Notre-Dame, Paris: A Dramatic Discovery: Exhibited September 6-Novemthe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Decem Januthe Cleveland Museum of Art: Authors: Carmen Gómez-Moreno, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art, ISBN.
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vintagefrenchfair 5 out of 5 stars () $ Favorite. Victor Hugo, who admired the cathedral, wrote the novel Notre-Dame de Paris (published in English as The Hunchback of Notre-Dame) in to save Notre-Dame. The book was an enormous success, raising awareness of the cathedral's decaying nation: Catholic.
It was moved to Notre-Dame inand survived the blaze. Stained Glass A file photo taken on Novem shows a view of the inside of the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral in Paris. West facade of Notre Dame Cathedral, Ile de la Cite, Paris.
Note the balance between the vertical towers and the horizontal bands of sculpture and other decorative stonework. Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris () Contents • Summary • History • Architecture of Notre-Dame Cathedral • Gothic Cathedral Builders • Articles about Medieval. Sculpture from Notre-Dame, Paris: A Dramatic Discovery.
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jpg 3, × 4,; MB. The Virgin of Paris or Notre-Dame de Paris is a near life-size stone statue, metres tall, of the Virgin and Child created in the early 14th century. The statue was commissioned for, and remains in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris, where it survived the Notre-Dame fire.
A fire that engulfed the roof of Paris’s Notre Dame Cathedral on Monday put more than the famed landmark itself at risk — an important collection of artwork and Christian relics stored in and Author: Mahita Gajanan. The cathedral was immortalized in Victor Hugo's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," published in Its gargoyles and bell towers were featured by the Disney movie of the same : Alix Martichoux.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: German translation of: Notre-Dame de Paris. Paris: Nathan, c Description: pages. Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris burned on Monday. Its spire fell. But the French Gothic structure was not fully lost, especially in memories of the beloved national symbol.
The Virgin of Paris or Notre-Dame de Paris is a near life-size stone statue, metres tall, of the Virgin and Child created in the early 14th century.
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their hands, Notre-Dame de Paris contains the image of a work of art which is at one and the same time "autre chose" than the novel itself, yet plainly to be identified with the book which contains it.
Inside Notre Dame, France's iconic cathedral. Notre Dame, or 'Our Lady', is a jewel of French Gothic architecture nestled on an island on Paris' River Seine. Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris is celebrated as one of the most exquisite examples of Gothic ucted in the Middle Ages, the church has welcomed worshippers and sightseers for centuries, inspiring awe with its sky-high spires, ethereal stained glass windows, and spell-binding sculptures.
The novel's original French title, Notre-Dame de Paris, indicates that the cathedral itself is the most significant aspect of the novel, both the main setting and the focus of the story's themes. The building had fallen into disrepair at the time of writing, which was something Hugo felt strongly : Victor Hugo.
Lavishly illustrated with more than three hundred images of its monumental yet whimsical subjects, The Gargoyles of Notre-Dame is a must-read for historians of art and architecture and anyone whose imagination has been sparked by the lovable monsters gazing out over Paris from one of the world’s most renowned vantage points.
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A s a fire raged at the great cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, France was mourning the destruction of one of the most prominent symbols of its national heritage—and Christians and art .Another example is on the west facade of Notre-Dame de Paris, which had twenty-eight statues of Kings of Judah, many of them currently on display at the Musée de Cluny, a museum of medieval art.