is a wonderful site devoted to Romanesque art (mostly in France). It features an extensive database of pictures from famous and less famous, but equally beautiful, churches dating to this era, in all the manifestations of this style.

The Romanesque style developped across France and Europe from the early 11th century through to the 13th. It is the first stylistic art that effectively spread across the whole of Western Europe, from Scandinavia to Sicily, and encompassed various art forms such as architecture, painting, sculpture, etc. Also, unlike art in the Carolingian era, it was not confined merely to the upper strata of society, but was truly “popular.” In a sense, it is the first art common to the Western European peoples since the fall of the Empire in these lands.