Matthias was born in Arras, but little else is known about his early life. In 1344 he was summoned to Prague from the papal court of Avignon by Charles IV to lead works on the newly founded Saint Vitus Cathedral. He is also widely recognized as the architect of Karlstein Castle, although this fact is not fully authenticated.
English: Matthias of Arras (1290? Arras - 1352 Prague) was a French architect, famed for his work on St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague. Media in category "Matthias of Arras" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total.
Después de su muerte en 1352, es el joven Peter Parler, quien en 1356, tomó el mando del taller y el lugar de Matías de Arras, llevando la obra con un estilo diferente. Obras. Entre las mejores y más conocidas obras de Matías de Arrás se incluyen las siguientes: Catedral de San Vito; Puente Carlos
De Mathieu vun Arras, däitsch: Matthias von Arras, tschechesch: Matyáš z Arrasu; gebuer géint 1290 zu Arras a gestuerwen 1352 zu Prag, war e franséischen Architekt a Baumeeschter, Vertrieder vun der Héichgotik, dee virun allem a Béimen geschafft huet. De Mathieu vun Arras war Architekt um Haff vum Poopst zu Avignon.
(Redirecționat de la Matthias de Arras) Matei din Arras (în cehă: Matyáš z Arrasu) (c.1290 – 1352) a fost un arhitect francez, renumit pentru contribuția sa la construirea Catedralei Sfântul Vitus din Praga.
The Union of Arras (Dutch: Unie van Atrecht, French: Union d'Arras, Spanish: Unión de Arrás) was an alliance between the County of Artois, the County of Hainaut and the city of Douai in the Habsburg Netherlands in early 1579 during the Eighty Years' War.
Matthias of Arras, French architect (b. 1290) Elizabeth of Carinthia, Queen of Sicily, regent of Sicily (b. 1298) William de Ros, 3rd Baron de Ros (b. 1325) Basarab I of Wallachia; Al-Hakim II, Caliph of Cairo; Laurence Minot, English poet (b. 1300) Archbishop Vasilii Kalika of Novgorod; Yoshida Kenkō, Japanese monk and author (b. 1283) References
Arras is in the south-east part of the Pas-de-Calais department and forms the Arras district (arrondissement d'Arras) in the Artois, a former province of northern France. By car, it is 182 kilometers (113 miles) north of Paris, 110 kilometers (68 miles) east of the English Channel , 152 kilometers (94 miles) south of Brussels , and 335 ...
First was Matthias of Arras, who died in 1352. When elected Holy Roman Emperor in 1355, Charles determined to make Prague the showcase capital of Central Europe and recruited Peter Parler to execute this grand vision.
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