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Amiens Cathedral - Amiens, France Flying buttresses of the chevet (1269).

Amiens Cathedral - Amiens, France Flying buttresses of the chevet

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Stunning capture of Bath Abbey by Zori

Essay on Gothic Architecture - John Henry Hopkins - 1836

crating idea under vignettes. out of the 3 i like bottom Essay on Gothic Architecture - John Henry Hopkins - 1836 good example of gothic designs, will be helpful with my designs.

Hochaltar, Kirche St. Blasius Kaufbeuren, um 1518, die zentralen Figuren sind jedoch um 1435 entstanden.

Hochaltar, Kirche St. Blasius Kaufbeuren, um 1518, die zentralen Figuren sind jedoch um 1435 entstanden.

southwell minster chapter house  wonderful carved leaves

The very finest Decorated Gothic foliate carving in England, these delicate capitals of in the Chapter House of Southwell Minster are the pinnacle of the medieval mason's art

16th Century Gothic bronze monument for St. Sebaldus, made by the sculptor Peter Vischer and his sons (1508-19), surrounds the 14th Century silver reliquary casket in the Church of St Sebaldus, Nuremburg

Century Gothic bronze monument for St. Sebaldus, made by the sculptor Peter Vischer and his sons surrounds the Century silver reliquary casket in the Church of St Sebaldus, Nuremberg

Votive Church (Votivkirche), Vienna, Austria

Vienna, Austria - colorful stained glass in Votivkirche (Votive Church).

Duomo Cathedral, Milan, Italy - saw it, was absolutely breathtaking!

Duomo Cathedral, Milan, Italy - was absolutely breathtaking!

Portail central de la cathédrale Saint-Etienne de Bourges, vers 1220-1230. Détail du trumeau : le Christ bénissant.

Portail central de la cathédrale Saint-Etienne de Bourges, vers 1220-1230. Détail du trumeau : le Christ bénissant.

RT @EuropesHistory: Metz Cathedral, which has the largest expanse of stained glass...

Europe's History on

RT Metz Cathedral, which has the largest expanse of stained glass.

This window is uniform in style and the theme is distinctly botanical. The tracery under each sub-arch resembles a plant with three giant leaves growing from a stalk formed by one of the mullions.

Decorated south chancel window, the Church of St Wulfram, Grantham, Lincolnshire, England

Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris - Flying Buttress by toadheaven, via Flickr

Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris - Flying Buttress by toadheaven, via Flickr

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