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Medieval painting, too, was popular - notably miniature portrait painting on vellum - as was ornamental metalwork, stained glass art (Chartres Cathedral) mosaic art (the amazing Chora Church in Constantinople), tapestry (Cloth of Saint Gereon, 1020), and embroidery (Bayeux Tapestry, 1080).

Although artist-monks received little money or even formal acknowledgement of their efforts, the Church (as well as secular patrons) had no compunction in lavishing money on the works of art themselves.