Architectural development in France had a direct impact on the great churches of England. The Romanesque of Normandy flowed into Canterbury and Edward the Confessor's Westminster, and William of Sens was to bring the Gothic of the Ile de France to Canterbury a century later. We will then consider how subsequent Gothic development took divergent paths, through High Gothic and Rayonnant in France, and from Early English to Perpendicular in England.
By the end of the course I should be able to: Assess the styles of medieval architecture in the medieval cathedrals; Consider the influence of France in the style of building in England; Set this development of architecture in the two countries in the context of the wider historical background.
No skills or experience needed.
Walton-On-Thames, KT12 1LG
Part time day
Comfortable atmosphere created by tutors . All students were sensitively encouraged and helped when needed . Location ok but room was sometimes too cold
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