The Royal Portal Essay by The Research Group

The Royal Portal
A design analysis of the jamb statues of the west portal at the Chartres Cathedral.
# 69353 | 920 words | 1 source | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Architecture (Buildings) , Architecture (European) , Art (History)


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This paper presents a design analysis of the jamb statues of the west portal at the Chartres Cathedral, also known as the Royal Portal. Stylistic shifts and differences due to rebuilding are discussed. The paper also highlights the unity of design of the jamb statues.

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"The West Portal of the Chartres Cathedral at Notre Dame is often referred to as the Royal Portal in reference most likely to the Virginas the Queen of Heaven..."

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