More About Gothic Art
Gothic fiction had been a part of literature since early middle ages of men, and till now this genre has been vastly divided into more sub-genres.
Gothic art was a style of Medieval art.It is a type of painting,architecture and sculpture that began in twelfth century in Paris.Gothic art spanned different art modalities, most notably starting with the development of churches and cathedrals, which became vehicles for many other art forms to develop. These other art forms included paintings, sculptures, stained glass windows, as well as illuminated scrolls, and many other minor arts.These are also known for soaring lines,crowd composition and busy details.
- Set in a haunted castle or house
- Maiden in distress
- A mysterious and suspenceful atmosphere
- Creepy creatures or monsters such as hydes or stigas
- Confused male protagonist
- Dry or awful weather and nightmares
Modern Gothic Art:
Nowadays gothic horror fiction has become a vast genre directing many movies and series.These series actually show the variety of art and script in the movie,and the audience become more curious about the final effects of the art.Netflix features a separate genre for this type and people usually prefer such series.
Haunting of hill house and Bly Manor:
These two series are my favourite series including this genre.They are full of suspence,mystery,creature fiction and dark violent effects that make the scenes more imposing.These are latest psychological thrillers that make the audience keen to reach the depth of the story.
This is an all time hit novel by Mary Shelley,later filmed by James whale.This is quite comprehensible about the subgenre of gothic art.It features mad scientist that tends to create a monster by sticking the organs of dead people.This is a gothic horror fiction.
Gothic art was introduced many centuries ago but it never banished,but it grew more and more and became a diverse genre.Some of the most famous Gothic novels in literature include Ann Radcliffe's The Mysteries of Udolpho, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, and Bram Stoker's Dracula.