Best of British designs created in this century, are in the Cathedral Canterbury. They are the ancestors of Christ (c. 1180). Connect with other leaders such as no-knead bread here. Canterbury Cathedral Stained Glass Beautiful stained glass windows 12. preserved in the Chartres Cathedral in France, here on the famous west window, called La belle Verriire (fine stained), shown Tree of Jesse with the ancestors of Christ on the branches and the Virgin and Child. /a> is often quoted as being for or against this.
In the stained glass windows 12. Preserved and in Angers, St. Denis, Chalon-sur-Marne, Bourges, Strasbourg and Poitiers, feel typical of the Romanesque art conventional composition, but less strict than in earlier works. Offialny site of Chartres Cathedral Chartres North rose in the late Roman era stained glass windows began to make a series of compositions on biblical themes related to each other in meaning, but are separated by partitions. Increased variety of scenic detail, those characters were given to the characteristic expressions: facial features painted grisaille – a brownish-gray glaze, which is kiln is sealed in a bright pieces of glass made in the shape of the head and hands.
At the same time in the backgrounds of stained glass depictions of the various secondary episodes. The result was a composition reminiscent of late-Gothic tapestries, with their multi-layered and multifaceted compositions. Famous round window – Gothic 'Rose', is placed in the central part of the facade cathedrals (such as Notre Dame cathedral in Reims and Chartres), are examples of purely decorative compositions 13. These circular stained-glass windows were very complicated, but a clear and coherent structure.