Title of Work
Nave Interior
Title of Image
Labyrinth
Date
1205-15 and 1876
Description
Labyrinth in the pavement of the nave. Many cathedrals built around this time had labyrinths- including those at Sens, Reims, Amiens, Arras, St. Quentin, and Bayeaux. The only original ones extant are at Chartres and at St. Quentin. The labyrinth now at Amiens is a reconstruction.
Drawing after Massé, H.J.L.J. The City of Chartres, its Cathedral and Churches. London : G. Bell & Sons, 1900, 84.
Country
France
Location
Chartres
Style
Gothic
Type of Work
Architecture
Subtype of Work
Drawing
Material
Paper
Subject
Cathédrale de Chartres--Pictorial works.;Church decoration and ornament--France--Chartres--Pictorial works.;Church architecture--France--Chartres--Pictorial works.;Christian art and symbolism--France--Chartres--Medieval, 500-1500--Pictorial works.
Bibliography
Photographer
Massé
Copyright
Identifier
FCAD90MCLB01

Chartres: Cathedral of Notre-Dame

Labyrinth

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