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Art of the Western world

Author: Michael WoodPerry Miller AdatoTony CashAndrew SnellGeoff DunlopAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : Educational Broadcasting Corporation ; S. Burlington, VT : Annenberg Media, [200-?]
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Magnificent masterpieces of the Western world are presented in their cultural and historical settings. From the restrained classical tradition to energetic and spontaneous modern art, each artistic movement is interpreted through its major paintings, sculptures, and works of architecture. Comments from internationally known art experts and critics assist in understanding and appreciation of the works. The series can  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction television programs
Educational television programs
Documentary television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Wood; Perry Miller Adato; Tony Cash; Andrew Snell; Geoff Dunlop; Bayley Silleck; Mick Gold; Carole Lucia Satrina; Eugene Marner; Teri Wehn-Damisch; Melissa Llewelyn-Davies; Ian Potts; Suzanne Bauman; Robert Seidman; WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.); TVS (Firm : Great Britain); Österreichischer Rundfunk.; Televisión Española.; Annenberg/CPB Project.; Corporation for Public Broadcasting.; Educational Broadcasting Corporation.; Annenberg Media.
ISBN: 1576808068 9781576808061
OCLC Number: 70914050
Language Note: In English; closed-captioned.
Notes: Funded in part by The Annenberg/CPB Project and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Originally produced for broadcast television in 1989.
Credits: Editors, Roderick Cooke, Kevin Boland, Jason Rosenfield, Milton Moses Ginsberg, Laurence Cochet-Ottone, Greg Harris, Melinda Hess ; cinematographers, Jeremy Stavenhagen, Chris O'Dell, Norman Langley, Jean-Paul Rabie, Jean-Pierre Janssen, Don Lenzer, Anthony Forma ; researchers, Nick Rowling, Sarah Teale, Bertrand Gauthier, Emma Laybourne, Nancy Spector, Diane Best ; original music, Wilfred Josephs ; series art consultant, Denise Hooker ; art advisory board, James S. Ackerman, Richard Brilliant, Linda Nochlin, Leo Steinberg, Robert Rosenblum, Linda Scherer.
Performer(s): Host, Michael Wood.
Description: 3 videodiscs (513 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Disc 1. Program 1. The classical ideal / produced, directed, and written by Geoff Dunlop and Bayley Silleck (57 min.) --
Program 2. A white garment of churches : Romanesque and Gothic art / produced, directed, and written by Perry Miller Adato (57 min.) --
Program 3. The early Renaissance / produced, directed, and written by Mick Gold (57 min.). Disc 2. Program 4. The high Renaissance / produced and directed by Geoff Dunlop (57 min.) --
Program 5. Realms of light : the Baroque / produced by Eugene Marner, Carole Lucia Satrina ; directed by Eugene Marner ; written by Carole Lucia Satrina, Eugene Marner (57 min.) --
Program 6. An age of reason, an age of passion / produced and directed by Teri Wehn-Damisch (57 min.). Disc 3. Program 7. A fresh view : Impressionism and Post-Impressionism / produced, directed, and written by Melissa Llewelyn-Davies (57 min.) --
Program 8. Into the twentieth century / produced and directed by Ian Potts (57 min.) --
Program 9. In our own time / produced and directed by Suzanne Bauman ; written by Suzanne Bauman, Robert Seidman (57 min.).
Other Titles: Art of the Western world (Television program)
Responsibility: from WNET New York, Annenberg Media ; executive producer, Perry Miller Adato ; series producers, Tony Cash, Andrew Snell ; a production of WNET/Thirteen in association with TVS, ORF, and Television Espanola, S.A. ; Educational Broadcasting Corporation.

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Magnificent masterpieces of the Western world are presented in their cultural and historical settings. From the restrained classical tradition to energetic and spontaneous modern art, each artistic movement is interpreted through its major paintings, sculptures, and works of architecture. Comments from internationally known art experts and critics assist in understanding and appreciation of the works. The series can be used to introduce students to the Western canon, or as review material for teachers.

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