Gothic

The Gothic style was born in 12th Century Paris and quickly spread throughout Europe, where it continued to influence the decorative arts until the 16th Century. Importantly, the Gothic style was intent on naturalistic representation of forms, which represented a huge change from the preceding non-naturalistic Byzantine style that had dominated much of European art. As a result, Gothic art and design can often be hugely emotive, which helped to inspire feelings of religious devotion within the viewer.

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Style
  1. Gothic 16
  2. Religious 5
  3. Christian 4
  4. Biblical 3
  5. Figurative Art 2
  6. Classical 1
  7. Floral 1
  8. Mannerist 1
  9. Militaria / Military 1
  10. Music / Musical 1
  11. Renaissance 1
  12. Victorian 1
Material
  1. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 5
  2. Ivory 4
  3. Porcelain 4
  4. Gilt 3
  5. Alabaster 2
  6. Brass 2
  7. Enamel 1
  8. Giltwood 1
  9. Oak 1
  10. Rock Crystal 1
  11. Silver 1
  12. Silvered bronze 1
  13. Wood 1
Colour
  1. Gold 9
  2. White 7
  3. Cream 3
  4. Multi-coloured 3
  5. Blue 2
  6. Brown 1
  7. Clear 1
  8. Green 1
  9. Grey 1
  10. Silver 1
  11. Yellow 1
Country Of Origin
  1. French 11
  2. Continental 2
  3. English 1
  4. German 1
  5. Italian 1
Period
  1. 19th Century 12
  2. Early 19th Century 2
  3. Late 19th Century 1
  4. Early 20th Century 1
Artist / Maker
  1. Dagoty and Honore (French, active early 19th Century) 2
  2. Érard (French, 1777-1971) 1
  3. KPM, Konigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur (German, founded 1763) 1