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Simon Schama's Power of art (Television program)

PT. 8 : Rothko : Black on maroon (1958).

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  • "Power of art"
  • "Power of art"@en
  • "藝術的力量"
  • "power of art"
  • "Yi shu de li liang"
  • "Simon Schama's The power of art"@en
  • "Simon Schama the power of art"
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  • ""Focusing on eight iconic works of art, this series reveals the history of visual imagination through the ages. A combination of reconstruction, photography and storytelling transport the viewer back to the intense moments when great works were conceived and born: the murderous, messianic world of Baroque Rome; opulent, parvenu Amsterdam; paranoid, revolutionary Paris; Victorian England suffocating beneath riches and righteousness; the madhouses and brothels of Provence; the carnage of civil war Spain; 1950s New York, caught between Cold War jitters and Manhattan glitter. In each place, a great artist is backed into a corner, facing a crisis, given a chance to confound his rivals, enemies and critics one more time."--Container."
  • "L'historien Simon Schama consacre chaque épisode à un grand artiste. Au programme, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Bernini, Picasso, Caravaggio, Rothko, David et Turner. En revenant sur leurs parcours, leurs personnalités, leur contexte historique respectif, Schama montre leurs oeuvres sous une nouvelle lumière. [www.senscritique.com]."
  • "PT. 8 : Rothko : Black on maroon (1958)."@en
  • "PT. 7 : Picasso : Guernica (1937)."@en
  • "Documentaires waarin teruggeblikt wordt op de culturele en historische context waarin belangrijke kunstwerken uit de wereldgeschiedenis tot stand kwamen."
  • "Focusing on eight iconic works of art, this series reveals the history of visual imagination through the ages. A combination of reconstruction, photography and storytelling transport the viewer back to the intense moments when great works were conceived and born: the murderous, messianic world of Baroque Rome; opulent, parvenu Amsterdam; paranoid, revolutionary Paris; Victorian England suffocating beneath riches and righteousness; the madhouses and brothels of Provence; the carnage of civil war Spain; 1950s New York, caught between Cold War jitters and Manhattan glitter. In each place, a great artist is backed into a corner, facing a crisis, given a chance to confound his rivals, enemies and critics one more time -- Container."
  • "PT. 1 : Caravaggio : David with the head of Goliath (1601)."@en
  • "Host Simon Schama discusses eight works of art, the lives of their creators, and the impact they have made on the world."@en
  • "PT. 5 : David : The Death of Marat (1793)."@en
  • "Focusing on eight iconic works of art, this series reveals the history of visual imagination through the ages. A combination of reconstruction, photography and storytelling transport the viewer back to the intense moments when great works were conceived and born: the murderous, messianic world of Baroque Rome; opulent, parvenu Amsterdam; paranoid, revolutionary Paris; Victorian England suffocating beneath riches and righteousness; the madhouses and brothels of Provence; the carnage of civil war Spain; 1950s New York, caught between Cold War jitters and Manhattan glitter. In each place, a great artist is backed into a corner, facing a crisis, given a chance to confound his rivals, enemies and critics one more time."
  • "Focusing on eight iconic works of art, this series reveals the history of visual imagination through the ages. A combination of reconstruction, photography and storytelling transport the viewer back to the intense moments when great works were conceived and born: the murderous, messianic world of Baroque Rome; opulent, parvenu Amsterdam; paranoid, revolutionary Paris; Victorian England suffocating beneath riches and righteousness; the madhouses and brothels of Provence; the carnage of civil war Spain; 1950s New York, caught between Cold War jitters and Manhattan glitter. In each place, a great artist is backed into a corner, facing a crisis, given a chance to confound his rivals, enemies and critics one more time."@en
  • "PT. 4 : Turner : Slavers throwing overboard the dead and dying - typhoon coming on ("The Slave Ship") (1840)."@en
  • ""Focusing on eight iconic works of art, this series reveals the history of visual imagination through the ages"--Container."
  • "PT. 2 : Rembrandt : The conspiracy of the Batavians under Claudius Civilus (c1666)."@en
  • "Focusing on eight iconic works of art, this series reveals the history of visual imagination through the ages. A combination of reconstruction, photography and storytelling transport the viewer back to the moments when great works were conceived and born: the murderous, messianic world of Baroque Rome; opulent, parvenu Amsterdam; paranoid, revolutionary Paris; Victorian England suffocating beneath riches and righteousness; the madhouses and brothels of Provence; the carnage of Civil War in Spain; and 1950s New York, caught between Cold War jitters and Manhattan glitter. This DVD series is the story of unfolding forces, a chance to witness the power of individuals who changed the way we view the world."@en
  • "Simon Schama analyseert acht meesterwerken en portretteert de kunstenaars ervan."
  • ""Presented by Simon Schama, and focusing on eight iconic works of art, this eight-part series places great art at the centre of great moments in human history." -- ABC website."
  • "Host Simon Schama discusses eight works of art, the lives of their creators, and the impact they have made on the world. Covers works by Caravaggio, Bernini, Rembrandt, David, Turner, Van Gogh, Picasso, and Rothko."
  • ""Presented by celebrated historian Simon Schama, this four-part series focuses on a quartet of iconic artists--Caravaggio, Bernini, David, and Rothko--and the cultural, political, and personal forces that drove each one to create."--Container."@en
  • ""In each episode historian Simon Schama treats, in his own erudite, unconventional and somewhat socially engaged style, a work of art from a great master. He concentrates not just on the art history as such, but mainly on the relationship between the work and the historical context of its creation, as this touches the significance of and vision on the subject as well as the life of the artist: where and when did he produce it, why, for which destination" IMDB."
  • "PT. 3 : Bernini : The Ecstasy of St. Theresa (1652)."@en
  • "PT. 6 : Van Gogh : Wheat field with crows (1890)."@en

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  • "DVD-Video discs"
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  • "Simon Schama's Power of art (Television program)"@en
  • "Simon Schama's Power of art (Television program)"
  • "Simon Schama's power of art"
  • "Simon Schama's Power of art"
  • "Simon Schama's Power of art"@en
  • "Simon Schama's power of art a history of the creative moment"@en
  • "Simon Schama's power of art eight works that exploded on to an unsuspecting world"
  • "Simon Schama's Power of art Eight works that exploded on to an unsuspecting world"