Emotional Gothic music about a female vampire who owns a beautiful magical rose that causes the young man she loves to become immortal and never grow old.
Wolf music instrumental about a noble clan of wolves that usually take on human form, but during a full moon they transform back into their wolf form.
Gothic music about a dark cathedral where large gargoyles perch, looking ready to ward off any enemies.
An important figure in German Gothic sculpture, the Swabian wood carver and sculptor, Veil Stoss is considered, along with Tilman Riemenschneider, to be one of the greatest experts of wood-carving during the Late Gothic period of medieval art in Germany, prior to the emergence (during the early/mid-16th century) of a genuine indigenous school of German Renaissance art.
The term International Gothic (gotico internationale) describes a style of late medieval art (painting, sculpture and decorative art) that extended across western Europe during the last quarter of the 14th- and the first quarter of the 15th-century, acting in effect as a bridge between Gothic art and Renaissance art.
If Romanesque architecture expressed the protective strength of God in unpredictable times - Gothic architecture reached for the sky and celebrated the perfection of God's universe.