A history of European art [videorecording] / William Kloss.

By: Kloss, William
Contributor(s): Teaching Company
Material type: FilmFilmSeries: Great courses (DVD): Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., c2005Edition: Library edDescription: 8 videodiscs (ca. 1440 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 4 course guidebooks (22 cm.)Subject(s): Art, European | Art, EuropeanLOC classification: N6750 | .K56 2005
Contents:
Approaches to European art -- Carolingian and Ottonian art -- Romanesque sculpture and architecture -- Gothic art in France -- Gothic art in Germany and Italy -- Giotto and the Arena Chapel, pt. 1 -- Giotto and the Arena Chapel, pt. 2. -- Duccio and the Maest�a -- Sienese art in the 14th century -- The Early Renaissance sculpture in Florence -- Early Renaissance architecture in Florence.
Masaccio and Early Renaissance painting -- Jan van Eyck and Northern Renaissance art -- Northern Renaissance altarpieces -- Piero della Francesca in Arezzo -- Sandro Botticelli -- Andrea Mantegna and Giovanni Bellini -- High Renaissance painting in Venice -- The High Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci -- The High Renaissance, Raphael -- The High Renaissance, Michelangelo -- Albrecht �D�urer and German Renaissance art -- Riemenschneider and Gr�unewald.
Netherlandish art in the 16th century -- Pieter Bruegel the Elder -- Mannerism and the late work of Michelangelo -- Annibale Carracci and the reform of art -- Caravaggio -- Italian Baroque painting in Rome -- Gian Lorenzo Bernini -- Peter Paul Rubens -- Dutch painting in the 17th century -- Rembrandt -- Poussin and Claude, the allure of Rome -- Baroque painting in Spain.
Louis XIV and Versailles French art in the 18th century -- Neoclassicism and the birth of Romanticism -- Romanticism in the 19th century -- Realism, from Daumier to Courbet -- Manet and Monet, the birth of Impressionism -- Monet and Degas -- Renoir, Pissarro, and C�ezanne -- Beyond Impressionism, from Seurat to Matisse -- Cubism and early modern painting -- Modern sculpture, Rodin and Brancusi -- Art between two wars, Kandinsky to Picasso.
Lecturer, William Kloss, Smithsonian Associates, Smithsonian Institution.Summary: This 48 lecture series surveys the great movements of European painting, sculpture, and architecture from the age of Charlemagne to the onset of World War II.
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Part 1 includes a sample DVD from The Teaching Co.

Title from disc surface.

Course number 7100.

Forty eight lectures (30 min. ea.).

Bibliographical references included in course guidebook.

pt. 1. Disc 1. Lectures 1-6. Approaches to European art -- Carolingian and Ottonian art -- Romanesque sculpture and architecture -- Gothic art in France -- Gothic art in Germany and Italy -- Giotto and the Arena Chapel, pt. 1 -- pt. 1. Disc 2. Lectures 7-12. Giotto and the Arena Chapel, pt. 2. -- Duccio and the Maest�a -- Sienese art in the 14th century -- The Black Death and the international style -- Early Renaissance sculpture in Florence -- Early Renaissance architecture in Florence.

pt. 2. Disc 3. Lectures 13-18. Masaccio and Early Renaissance painting -- Jan van Eyck and Northern Renaissance art -- Northern Renaissance altarpieces -- Piero della Francesca in Arezzo -- Sandro Botticelli -- Andrea Mantegna and Giovanni Bellini -- pt. 2. Disc 4. Lectures 19-24. High Renaissance painting in Venice -- The High Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci -- The High Renaissance, Raphael -- The High Renaissance, Michelangelo -- Albrecht �D�urer and German Renaissance art -- Riemenschneider and Gr�unewald.

pt. 3. Disc 5. Lectures 25-30. Netherlandish art in the 16th century -- Pieter Bruegel the Elder -- Mannerism and the late work of Michelangelo -- Annibale Carracci and the reform of art -- Caravaggio -- Italian Baroque painting in Rome -- pt. 3. DIsc 6. Lectures 31-36. Gian Lorenzo Bernini -- Peter Paul Rubens -- Dutch painting in the 17th century -- Rembrandt -- Poussin and Claude, the allure of Rome -- Baroque painting in Spain.

pt. 4. Disc 7. Lectures 37-42. Louis XIV and Versailles French art in the 18th century -- Neoclassicism and the birth of Romanticism -- Romanticism in the 19th century -- Realism, from Daumier to Courbet -- Manet and Monet, the birth of Impressionism -- pt. 4. Disc 8. Lectures 43-48. Monet and Degas -- Renoir, Pissarro, and C�ezanne -- Beyond Impressionism, from Seurat to Matisse -- Cubism and early modern painting -- Modern sculpture, Rodin and Brancusi -- Art between two wars, Kandinsky to Picasso.

Lecturer, William Kloss, Smithsonian Associates, Smithsonian Institution.

This 48 lecture series surveys the great movements of European painting, sculpture, and architecture from the age of Charlemagne to the onset of World War II.

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