Flamboyant (style level)

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Late Gothic flamboyant style in the Abbey Church of La Trinité in Vendôme , France

As Flamboyant (French for "flaming".) The final stage of the style is late Gothic in France , Belgium ( Flanders ) and England called; it is characterized by the elongation of certain forms of the tracery that are reminiscent of flames.

At the same time of the Flamboyant style there was the special Gothic in Germany , the Manueline style in Portugal and the Isabelline style in Spain.


Examples of the flamboyant Gothic are: