Style History- Levantino Gothic (14th cent.)

7 Jun

The most important post−thirteenth-century Gothic styles in Spain are the Levantino, characterized by its structural achievements and the unification of space, and Isabelline Gothic, made under the Catholic Kings, that supposed a transition to Renaissance. Gothic style was sometimes adopted by the Mudejar architects, who built with european techniques and spanish-Arab decorations and created an hybrid style.

La Seu (cathedral) of Palma de Mallorca- La Seu: interior panoramic view. Lonja de la Seda: The Hall of Columns.
 
La Seu: interior view. Lonja de la Seda in Valencia- Consulate of the Sea and Tower  
Santa María del Mar of Barcelona- The west end. Santa María: The porters of La Ribera, who collaborated in the construction of the church transporting stones, are represented on the doors of the main entrance Santa María: The east end, restored in 1967
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