Gothic Style

June 2001
Artist's Illustrated Encyclopedia;2001, p184
Reference Entry
A definition of the term "gothic style" is presented. It refers to the style of architecture, sculpture and painting that began in the 12th century, became predominant in Europe and prevailed till the Renaissance.


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