Thesaurus / gothic
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The church of Notre-Dame, partly modern, preserves a Gothic portal of the 16th century and a graceful tower of the same period.

The last manifestations of Gothic church-building in Spain were neither weak nor decadent, but virile, impressive and logical.

Cathedrals of SpainJohn A. (John Allyne) Gade

That the interpretation is taken from Gothic traditions is self-evident.

Teutonic Mythology, Vol. 1 of 3Viktor Rydberg, Ph.D.

The building has a facade of stone, built after the Gothic style, which has lost its colour from age, and is becoming blackish.

Gothic letter, Caxton's fourth font, forty lines to the page, with headline.

The entertainment would have been but a poor one for lovers of Gothic architecture.

No collection of modern Dutch art is complete without a sombre study of Gothic arches by this great artist.

An important characteristic of Gothic architecture was the fact that every part of the building was so made as to show its use.

Well, let us now bid farewell to the Heath Chapel, not omitting to notice the old Gothic hinges upon its oaken door, now alas!

The picturesque "Gothic" boat house, now the gondola house, was built for his use.

The Book of ConistonWilliam Gershom Collingwood


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