Tracery is the ornamental intersecting work in the upper part of a window, screen, or panel, or used decoratively in blank arches and vaults. The earliest use of the term is traced to the seventeen...

Tracery

Tracery is the ornamental intersecting work in the upper part of a window, screen, or panel, or used decoratively in blank arches and vaults. The earliest use of the term is traced to the seventeen.

From: Gothic Architecture: 158 Plates from the Brandons' Treatise, 1847

Welcome to Dover Publications Gothic Architecture: 158 Plates from the Brandon's Treatise, 1847

Animaux.Notre.Dame.Paris

I pinned this illustration because is shouls the development of the side of a piece of architecture. In this picture orders and capitals xan be seen as well as the promenient gargoyles of the time period which were used as waterspouts.

Started this drawing in 8th grade, worked on it for a few months, stopped, finally got back to it in 9th grade and finished it, and won Best in Show with it in my high school's Juried Art Show. 2-p...

Pen drawing reveals heavy contrast and detailed rendering through technique of hatching, successfully representing materials and lighting.

La rose de la façade de Notre-Dame de Paris, circa 1220.  Illustration issue du Dictionnaire raisonné de l’architecture française du XIe au XVIe siècle, par Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, 1856.

La rose de la façade de Notre-Dame de Paris, circa This would look good with part of it finished completely and colored.

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.

V. Scans from Colling’s Gothic OrnamentsFrom the Image Archive | Todd van Hulzen Design

Plates from Colling’s Gothic Ornament 1847 - Gothic Architectural ornaments

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