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    University of Virginia
  Nov 19, 2017
Undergraduate Record 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

ARTH 2153 - Romanesque and Gothic Art

From the Romanesque churches along the Pilgrimage Routes to the new Gothic architecture at St. Denis outside Paris and on to late medieval artistic production in Prague, this course examines profound and visually arresting expressions of medieval piety, devotion, and power made by artists from roughly 1000-1500. Throughout our investigations, particular attention will be paid to the contributions of important medieval women.

Credits: 3 to 4