For this reason a study of Gothic architecture is largely a study of cathedrals and churches. Description from imgbuddy.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
How Gothic architecture was structured. Important: The location and use of flying buttresses and ribbed vaulting.
Casanova, on his death bed, was reputed to remark, "I lived a philosopher. I died a Christian." One admires an image like this and wonders if such a thing could exist if not divinely inspired? Roosvenster kathedraal Amiens
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gothic architecture. ribbed vault. oh this takes me back to art survey. so many cathedrals..so many vaults.
Inspirations: Gothic & Neo-Gothic (Gothic Revival)
Rose windows became characteristic of Gothic architecture though it came into vogue during the Romanesque period.
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The delicate vaulted ceilings of Malbork Castle in Poland. These ceilings are another feature of gothic architecture.
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Essay on Gothic Architecture, by John Henry Hopkins (1836) - link is to full essay