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A Walk Through The Cloisters

A Walk Through The Cloisters

Young, Bonnie
1979
146 pages
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Introduction to the Cloisters

Acknowledgments

The Romanesque Hall

The Fuentiduena Chapel

The Saint-Guilhem Cloister

The Langon Chapel

The Pontaut Chapter House

The Cuxa Cloister

The Nine Heroes Tapestries Room

The Unicorn Tapestries Room

The Gothic Chapel

The Bonnefont Cloister

The Trie Cloister

The Abbeville Woodwork and the Jumiès Panels

The Boppard Room

The Spanish Room

Sculptures, Metalwork, and Other Objects

The Froville Arcade

Cuxa Cloister, Marble, Catalan
Catalan
ca. 1130–40
Cloister, Marble, French
French
late 13th–14th century
Saint-Guilhem Cloister, Limestone, French
French
late 12th–early 13th century
Double Capital, Marble, French
French
late 15th century
Enthroned Virgin and Child, Elephant ivory, French
French
ca. 1300
Three Sections of Cloister Arcade, Limestone, French
French
15th century
Cloister Arcades with Double Capitals, Stone, French
French
late 13th–early 14th century
Cloister Arcades with Double Capitals, Stone, French
French
late 13th–early 14th century
Column Shaft from the Trie Cloister, Stone, French
French
Late 13th or early 14th century
Cloister Arcades with Double Capitals, Marble, French
French
late 13th–early 14th century
Cloister Arcades with Double Capitals, stone, French
French
13th–14th century
The Cloisters Cross, Walrus ivory, British
British
ca. 1150–60
The Belles Heures of Jean de France, duc de Berry, The Limbourg Brothers  Franco-Netherlandish, Tempera, gold, and ink on vellum, French
The Limbourg Brothers
1405–1408/1409

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Young, Bonnie. 1979. A Walk through The Cloisters. New York: Metropolitan museum of art.