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1000 MW - DAS PORTRÄT IN DER RENAISSANCE • THE PORTRAIT IN THE RENAISSANCE

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1000 MW - DAS PORTRÄT IN DER RENAISSANCE • THE PORTRAIT IN THE RENAISSANCE


Director: Reiner E. Moritz

“1000 Masterpieces from the Great Museums of the World” one of the most successful TV series about art. The original, with improved image quality, takes us on a fascinating journey through the history of art. Comprehensively illustrated and compellingly presented – the well-known authors of five short art surveys provide a deeper insight into the masterpieces of painting. During the Renaissance era, portrait painting became one of the most prestigious and most popular genres of art. The replacement of the worldview focused on God and the humanistic thinking had radically changed the image of man. Masterly portraits by artists such as Raphael, da Vinci and Dürer represented the newly gained confidence of the Renaissance people. Raphael: Portrait of Bindo Altoviti (ca. 1515) Leonardo da Vinci: Portrait of Ginevra de' Benci (1474-78) Albrecht Dürer: Portrait of an Unknown Cleric (1516) Lorenzo Otto: Portrait of a Young Man in front of a White Courtain (1505-06) Luca Signorelli: PORTRAIT OF AN OLDER MAN (ca. 1492)

Press Reviews

"Eine hervorragende Vor- und Nachbereitung ermöglichen die Bildbetrachtungen auf der DVD zu fünf Meisterwerken der Epoche […]." Sabine Schuchart, Deutsches Ärzteblatt, 09.09.2011

Label: Arthaus Musik

Genre: Art

Running Time: 50

Picture Format: 16:9

Disc Format: NTSC

Sound Format: Dolby Digital 2.0

Number of Discs: 1

Region: 0

Languages: GB, DE, FR

Catalogue No.:

105011

UPC: 807280501193

ISBN: 978-3-86923-052-8

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