Chartres Cathedral

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Noun1.Chartres Cathedral - a Gothic cathedral in northern France; built in 13th century
Chartres - a town in northern France that is noted for its Gothic Cathedral
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A legend among tour guides, Englishman Malcolm Miller has been giving tours of Our Lady of Chartres Cathedral for over 60 years.
The cathedrale Notre-Dame de Chartres - Our Lady of Chartres - is generally referred to as Chartres Cathedral, and it dominates the city.
The squares, which Kelly abstracted, or extracted, from the famous rose window in the north transept of France's Chartres Cathedral, are mesmerizing.
Claudine Lautier's study centres on the western rose window showing the Last Judgment from Chartres Cathedral, and Philippe Lorentz's essay examines the Annunciation window of Bourges Cathedral.
The famous Black Madonna at Chartres Cathedral, for example, was ( the subject of controversy in 2014 after it was repainted as part of a refurbishment 6 turning the Black Madonna white in the process.
Providing stunning visual evidence from their anthropological journey throughout Europe and the Middle East, including visits to Roslyn Chapel and Chartres Cathedral, authors Julie and Jerry Brown document the role of visionary plants in Christianity.
My eye has been tuned into such discoveries of stained glass creations after having visited many famous sites, each with its own glory: Chartres Cathedral, France; Ste Chapelle in Paris; St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh; and the wonderful collections found in two stained glass museums in Chicago.
At an Athens hotel, Huda, a 23-year-old Syrian from Damascus, is elated to get her first look at France -- images of Chartres Cathedral, brie cheese and famous 16th-century expatriate Leonardo Da Vinci.
Walk the 26-foot Chartres canvas labyrinth patterned after the Chartres Cathedral in France; Anne Gordon, the Sacred Heart labyrinth facilitator, will be available to answer questions; free; call 541-913-3185.
Starting with a definition of art that would preclude photography, electronic media, and most conceptual forms, Kamhi sets about to elevate forms that have moved her in personal experience: works of Paul Gauguin, early 13th-century sculpture in Chartres Cathedral, George Caleb Bingham's 19th-century painting, Fur Traders Descending the Missouri, Pieter Bruegel's Hunters in the Snow and The Harvesters, classic Chinese work, Court Ladies Preparing Newly Woven Silk, the "Reindeer" from Font de Gaume cave in France, and others.