history of gothic architecture | online course

Get to know the history of gothic architecture in this online course with certificate.

E-LEARNING (with tutor). Start Date – immediately after confirmation of payment.

You will access your online course through an elearning platform to which you have daily access, 24 hours a day.  

Author: Alexandra Kiely

Learning Objectives of history of gothic architecture online course

In this course, students will learn to:

  • Identify Gothic buildings and their main features.
  • Understand how Gothic architecture originated and developed over time and space.
  • Recognize how Gothic architecture reflects aspects of medieval society and religion.
  • Understand how Gothic fits into history.

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Program online course history of gothic architecture


Lesson #1

  • How Gothic Began
  • Romanesque
  • The Basilica

Lesson #2

2.1 Characteristics of Gothic

2.2 Architectural Components

2.3 The Elevation

2.4 How Gothic Buildings Stand Up

2.5 Medieval Christianity

Lesson #3

3.1 Phases of Gothic

3.2.1 Sculpture

3.2.2 Stained Glass

3.2.3 Tracery

3.2.4 Other Decoration

3.3.1 Iconography

3.3.2 Some of the Ideas Behind Gothic Churches

Lesson #4

4.1 Gothic in England

4.1.1 Key Features of English Gothic

4.1.2 Fancy Vaulting

4.1.3 Phases of English Gothic

4.2 Gothic in Northern Europe

4.2.1 Hall Churches

4.3 Gothic in Southern Europe

4.3.1 Italy

4.3.2 Spain and Portugal

4.4 Gothic Secular Buildings

Some Gothic Secular Structures

Lesson #5

5.1 The End of Gothic

5.2 Gothic Revival

5.2.1 Augustus Pugin

5.3 What happened to Gothic structures over time?

5.3.1 Eugene Viollet-le-Duc

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