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Landmarks of Western Art: The Late Medieval World- A Journey of Art History Across the Ages [DVD] [English] [1999]

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Landmarks of Western Art, Vol. 1: The Medieval World
Landmarks of Western Art is a six-part series documenting the world's great artistic accomplishments from the medieval period to post-impressionism, Botticelli to Van Gogh. Volume one in the series, The Medieval World, traces the development of art through the Dark Ages when the church was the principal patron. The episode features the works of Masaccio, Uccello, Van Eyck, Giotto, and Botticelli. These great masters laid the foundation for the Renaissance to come. Sophisticated computer graphics and newly filmed footage shot at the world's finest galleries combine with commentary from leading art historians to offer an authoritative and comprehensive study. Other videos in the series include Baroque to Neoclassicism, Rococo to Revolution, Romanticism, and Impressionism and Post-Impressionism. ~ Sally Barber, Rovi

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