|Description: International Gothic was a homogenous style characterizing European art around the turn of the fourteenth-fifteenth centuries. It is usually called International Gothic or the International Style, but the terms courtly style, soft style, beautiful style, lyrical style, cosmopolitan Gothic style, trecento rococo and court naturalism are also to be met with in works on art history. The tour provides an overview of painting of the period.
Source: EÖRSI, Anna, International Gothic Style in Painting, Corvina, Budapest, 1982
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