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[Photograph]. The Hartill Archive of Architecture and Allied Arts. Retrieved from ARTstor.

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Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Sculpture, Date: 1145-1155, Location: France Chartres, Description West façade; left portal; left side: 3 Old Testament figures, ARTstor Collection The Hartill Archive of Architecture and Allied Arts, Source Data From: Hartill Art Associates Inc. Rights © Alec and/or Marlene Hartill

The sculpture represents both the religious aspects and the humanistic style of Gothic sculpture. The humanistic style of sculpture represents emotion through facial expressions and not bodily expressions.

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current02:17, November 14, 2010Thumbnail for version as of 02:17, November 14, 2010689 × 1,024 (128 KB)Metricton (Talk | contribs)Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Sculpture, Date: 1145-1155, Location: France Chartres, Description West façade; left portal; left side: 3 Old Testament figures, ARTstor Collection The Hartill Archive of Architecture and Allied Arts, Source Data From: Hartill