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There is much the same range, from artless fantasy to so-phisiticated convention, in twelfth-century sculpture, still al-most entirely confined to relief. The most extreme example of stylization is the two panels in Chichester Cathedral, particu-larly that of the Raising of Lazarus. The figures have a Byz-antine formality, but the faces, with huge deeply cut eyes, resemble Greek tragic masks, and the pattern into which Christ’s hair is carved is reminniscent of early Celtic art. More characteristically Romanesque are the Twelve Apostles in the porch of Malmesbury Abbey, six on either side, much more natural in posture than the painted Apostles of Kempley, looking almost as though they were posing for a photograph, though subtly grouped in pairs and unified by the hovering angel above. There is also more variety in the draping of their robes, for though the conventional ovals, and even in-verted rainbow shapes, are there, they are only details in the overall rhythm of design.


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以下のとおりお答えします。 (訳文と注) 12世紀の彫刻は、芸術性の乏しい空想から洗練された伝統的作品に至るまで、依然として完全なリリーフ(浮き彫り)に限られていたが、そういう点ではいずれも似たり寄ったりである。最も極端な画一様式の例は、チチェスター大聖堂の2面のパネル画像があり、特にそのうちの「ラザロの蘇生」*がそれである。人物像はビザンチン様式風だが、顔は、目の彫りが大きく深いのでギリシャ悲劇の仮面に似ており、キリストの髪が彫られている様式は初期のケルト美術を思わせる。 *病死したラザロを、イエスが4日目に蘇らせたという場面の描画(新約聖書「ヨハネ伝」11:1-44および12:1-19にそのくだりが述べられている)。 ロマネスク様式*の特徴が色濃く現れているのは、マームズベリー僧院のポーチの両側に六人ずつ並んだ十二使徒像である。ケンプリー(にある寺院)に描かれた使徒画像に比べると、それよりもはるかに自然な姿勢で、あたかも写真を撮るためのポーズをとっているように見える。微妙に二人ずつを対にしてはいるが、頭上を飛ぶ天使で全体の統一を図っている。 *ロマネスク様式:9~12世紀にヨーロッパで流行した建築・美術の様式。建築物の表現では、重厚な壁、小さい窓、半円形アーチが特徴とされる。 また礼服*のドレープ(装飾ひだ)にも多様性がある。それというのも、従来の楕円形のほかに虹を逆転したような形もあるからだが、ただしそれは、構図全体の中に見られる変調の細部に過ぎない。 *僧侶などが位階の象徴として平服の上にまとう式服。




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 12世紀の彫刻は、芸術味のない想像画から、凝った伝統に至るまで、(それ以前の彫刻と)似たようなもので、まだほとんどリリーフに限られていた。  特に最も型にはまった例は、チチェスター寺院の「ラザロの蘇生」(下記)二面である。 https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%83%A9%E3%82%B6%E3%83%AD  人物はビザンティン形式にしたがっているが、大きく切り込んだ目の顔はギリシャ美術の仮面に似ており、キリストの髪が彫られている様式は初期のケルト美術を思わせる。  さらにロマネスクの特徴を持つのは、マームズベリー僧院のポーチにある右と左に六人ずつの十二使徒像である。  ケンペレーの使徒画像に比べると、上を飛ぶ天使で統一を図り、微妙に二人ずつにまとめてはあるが、はるかに自然で、まるで写真を撮ってもらうべくポーズをとっているようだ。  また衣装の襞にも変種の幅が広がり、おきまりの楕円形で、虹を逆さにしたような構図はあるが、全体のデザインに見られるリズムの枠内での細かい変異に過ぎない。



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