Arts: Art_History: Periods_and_Movements: Medieval_Art
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Photograph and description of the Alfred Jewel - a beautiful gold and cloisonne ornament made in England in the time of King Alfred the Great.
Art in Medieval Hungary
Overview of medieval art and architecture of Hungary, with resource guide, bibliography and regularly updated news.
Danish Church Art
Introductory essays and a guide to online resources by James Mills, part of ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies.
International Center of Medieval Art
In New York seeks to promote the study of the visual arts of the Middle Ages in Europe. Membership, newsletter, events, conferences, publications, dissertations listed.
Medieval and Early Christian Art
Images of replica carved panels and sculptures in the Museum of Antiquities, University of Saskatchewan, with notes on the original items.
Medieval Art and History
Association GioVe for the study and the cataloguing of early and medieval art works: sculpture, painting, architecture and mosaic.
Medieval Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
In New York displays architectural sculpture, stained glass, metalwork, manuscript illuminations, paintings and tapestries from pre-Christian periods through the Romanesque and Gothic periods.
Medieval Art Museums and Galleries
Portal to dozens of online medieval and Gothic art collections.
Middle Ages Art and Architecture Lesson
Covers history of art and architecture from Byzantine to Renaissance. Includes follow up question.
Netserf: Medieval Art
Comprehensive directory of links, including manuscript illumination, murals and frescos, paintings, sculpture tapestries, artists and brasses.
Post-Byzantine Icon Art
An illustrated introduction to the art of Greek Orthodox iconography from the fall of Constantinople (1453) to the 17th century, with related links and bibliography.
The Reading Bayeux Tapestry
The entire Bayeux Tapestry and the tale it tells in quick loading, bite sized chunks, from the Museum of Reading. Also the story behind the Victorian copy on display at Reading.
A Visual Tour through Late Antiquity
With an emphasis on Gaul and the time of Gregory of Tours compiled by Steve Muhlberger with references and illustrations of medieval art.
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