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Italian Gothic Collection

Italian Gothic architecture is a captivating blend of intricate details, grandeur, and spiritual symbolism

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: ESTIMARIU, Master of (14th century). The legend of St. Lucy. 1357 - 1385. (161 x 97 cm)

ESTIMARIU, Master of (14th century). The legend of St. Lucy. 1357 - 1385. (161 x 97 cm). AGATHA, Saint (-250)
CUL4869072 ESTIMARIU, Master of (14th century). The legend of St. Lucy. 1357 - 1385. (161 x 97 cm). AGATHA, Saint (-250). Martyr.; Lucia of Syracuse, Saint (283 - 304)

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy. Mixed round and pointed arches, 15th century

Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy. Mixed round and pointed arches, 15th century. After a 19th century print

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: View of the church Santi Giovanni e Paolo in Venice, 1745-1775. Creator: Anon

View of the church Santi Giovanni e Paolo in Venice, 1745-1775. Creator: Anon
View of the church Santi Giovanni e Paolo in Venice, 1745-1775

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: New Church of Il Santissimo Redentore, at Rome, (interior), 1856. Creator: J. & A.W

New Church of Il Santissimo Redentore, at Rome, (interior), 1856. Creator: J. & A.W
New Church of Il Santissimo Redentore, at Rome, (interior), 1856. View of...the Church of II Santissimo Redentore, now in course of erection from the designs of [English architect] Mr. George G

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: New Church of Il Santissimo Redentore, at Rome, (exterior), 1856. Creator: J. & A.W

New Church of Il Santissimo Redentore, at Rome, (exterior), 1856. Creator: J. & A.W
New Church of Il Santissimo Redentore, at Rome, (exterior), 1856. View of...the Church of II Santissimo Redentore, now in course of erection from the designs of [English architect] Mr. George G

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: Jesus before Caiphases, 1343 (fresco)

Jesus before Caiphases, 1343 (fresco)
CUL4934669 Jesus before Caiphases, 1343 (fresco) by Bassa, Ferrer (c.1290-1348); (add.info.: Monastery of Pedralbes By BASSA, Ferrer (1290-1348) Frescoes of the Chapel of Saint Michael

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: Great Indian Peninsular Railway Victoria Terminus and Administrative Offices Bombay

Great Indian Peninsular Railway Victoria Terminus and Administrative Offices Bombay, recently comp Creator: Unknown
Great Indian Peninsular Railway Victoria Terminus and Administrative Offices Bombay, recently completed, , 1888. From, The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 38. July to December, 1888

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: Nave of roofless 13th century Gothic Cistercian Abbey of San Galzano, Chiusdino, Tuscany

Nave of roofless 13th century Gothic Cistercian Abbey of San Galzano, Chiusdino, Tuscany, Italy, Europe

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: Front of St. Pancras Station and Hotel, c1876. Creator: Unknown

Front of St. Pancras Station and Hotel, c1876. Creator: Unknown
Front of St. Pancras Station and Hotel, c1876. Work for the hotel by Midland railway began in 1868 to Italian gothic designs by George Gilbert Scott

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: Gothic Art. Spain. 14th Century. Altarpiece of Fray Martin d

Gothic Art. Spain. 14th Century. Altarpiece of Fray Martin de Alpartir. Table of the Last Judgement. Tempera painting on wood, c

Background imageItalian Gothic Collection: The Dome and Facade Sculptures of Siena Cathedral (Duomo di Siena), Siena, Tuscany, Italy

The Dome and Facade Sculptures of Siena Cathedral (Duomo di Siena), Siena, Tuscany, Italy
Siena Cathedral is a medieval church in Siena, Italy, currently dedicated to the Assumption of Mary. The cathedral itself was originally designed and completed between 1215 and 1263



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Italian Gothic architecture is a captivating blend of intricate details, grandeur, and spiritual symbolism. From the mesmerizing frescoes depicting Jesus before Caiphases in 1343 to the majestic Nave of the roofless 13th-century Gothic Cistercian Abbey of San Galzano in Chiusdino, Tuscany, this architectural style leaves an indelible mark on Italy's landscape. One notable example is the Great Indian Peninsular Railway Victoria Terminus and Administrative Offices in Bombay. Though its creator remains unknown, this structure showcases elements reminiscent design. Its soaring arches and ornate facades transport visitors to a bygone era. Another masterpiece that exemplifies Italian Gothic is St. Pancras Station and Hotel from around 1876. This magnificent building stands as a testament to the enduring beauty of this architectural style. Its intricate details and towering presence make it an iconic landmark. In Florence, one cannot miss Santa Maria del Fiore or Florence Cathedral - a true marvel artistry. The cathedral's imposing facade adorned with delicate sculptures captivates all who behold it. Climbing up Palazzo Vecchio Tower offers breathtaking views showcasing the splendorous Duomo against Florence's picturesque skyline. Gothic art extends beyond Italy's borders but still resonates with its unique charm within Spain's Altarpiece of Fray Martin d from the 14th century. This piece showcases how Italian influences spread throughout Europe during this period. Lastly, Siena Cathedral (Duomo di Siena) boasts an awe-inspiring dome and facade sculptures that epitomize Italian Gothic craftsmanship at its finest. These masterful works stand as testaments to human ingenuity while inspiring reverence for centuries to come. Italian Gothic architecture invites us into a world where spirituality intertwines with artistic brilliance; where every detail tells a story steeped in history and culture.