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Welcome to the Gothic stone art studio. SculptureCiti(R) offers large architectural wall carvings arts, life-size plaques and sculptures of man and gargoyle from the middle-ages. We create classical and religious stone artworks of angels, saints from Medieval period of the European culture. SculptureCiti(R) will commission reproduction of well known sculpture masterworks from around the world to decorate your home and office in its most unique way >> more..

 
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Gothic Art
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Medieval Carving
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Life-Size Plaque
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German Gargoyle

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Medieval Statue
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Gothic Sculpture
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European Wall Art
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Gargoyle Replica

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12th Century Art
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French Replica
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Cathedral Arts
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Wall Carving Art

Gothic Sculpture was born on the wall, in the middle of the 12th century in Île-de-France, when Abbot Suger built the abbey at St. Denis (ca. 1140), considered the first Gothic building, and soon after the Chartres Cathedral (ca. 1145). Prior to this there had been no sculpture tradition in Île-de-France—so sculptors were brought in from Burgundy, who created the revolutionary figures acting as columns in the Western (Royal) Portal of Chartres Cathedral (see image)—it was an entirely new invention, and would provide the model for a generation of sculptors >> more..

 

The French ideas spread in Germany from 1225 at the Cathedral in Bamberg onward, the impact can be found everywhere. The Bamberg Cathedral had the largest assemblage of 13th century sculpture, culminating in 1240 with the Bamberg Rider, the first equestrian statue in Western art since the 6th century. In England the sculpture was more confined to tombs and non-figurine decorations (which can in part be blamed on Cistercian iconoclasm). In Italy there was still a Classical influence, but Gothic made inroads in the sculptures of pulpits such as the Pisa Baptistery pulpit (1269) and the Siena pulpit >> more..

 
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Dutch-Burgundian sculptor Claus Sluter and the taste for naturalism signaled the beginning of the end of Gothic sculpture, evolving into the classicistic Renaissance style by the end of the 15th century >> more..

 
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