Museum masterpieces : the Louvre / Richard Bretell.
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|Bethlehem Bookmobile||708.4 DVD 2 DVDs (Text)||33062008212780||Adult DVD Non-Fiction||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 1598032194
- ISBN: 9781598032192
- ISBN: 1598032119
- ISBN: 9781598032116
- Physical Description: 2 videodiscs (360 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (2 unnumbered pages, iv, 102 pages ; 19 cm).
- Publisher: Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., 
- Copyright: ©2006
Teaching Company: 7175.
Consists of 12 lectures; each is 30 minutes.
Course guidebook includes professor biography, statement of course scope, lecture outlines and notes, timelines, glossary, and biographical notes.
Emmaus Library's coursebook is catalogued separately.
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Includes bibliographical references (Course guidebook, p. 99-102).
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DISC 1: Lecture 1. Palace to museum: the story of the Louvre ; Lecture 2. Leonardo and the origins of the collection ; Lecture 3. Italian Renaissance and Baroque painting ; Lecture 4. Spanish School of painting ; Lecture 5. Rubens and Flemish painting, early German ; Lecture 6. Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Dutch painting. DISC 2: Lecture 7. De la Tour, Le Nain, and 17th Century painting ; Lecture 8. Claude and Poussin: French painters in Rome ; Lecture 9. Watteau and Chardin ; Lecture 10. Boucher, Fragonard, and the Rococo in France ; Lecture 11. Jacques-Louis David and his school ; Lecture 12. Delacroix and Ingres: the great dialectic.
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Producer, James Blandford ; director, Jon Leven ; academic content supervisor, Eric Denker ; camera operators, Jim Allen, Alexis Doty.
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Lecturer: Professor Richard R. Brettell, University of Texas at Dallas.
This series of lectures introduces the greatest of universal museums. Its aim is not comprehensive. The focus is narrowed to the Department of Paintings, which is responsible for European paintings from the Middle Ages until the mid-19th century. These works of art form an encyclopedic summary of the achievements of painters that can be called the single most important such collection in the world. The aim of these lectures is to both prepare new viewers for a visit and to be a "study aid" for those who have been and gone before. Critic and historian Richard Brettell begins with an overview of the Louvre's colorful history as royal palace, art academy, and national showcase. The lectures explore some of the most beautiful and renowned examples of European painting, including masterworks by Raphael, Caravaggio, Leonardo da Vinci, Watteau, Rubens and Vermeer.
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