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Exhibition on Screen - Van Gogh
Given complete and unprecedented access to the treasures of Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum, this is a major new film about one of the world's greatest and most popular artists. This film provides viewers with the moving and inspiring experience of…
Gauguin and Van Gogh
In the fascinating Great Artist series, we investigate some of the best artists in history - examining their influence, style and what exactly made them so unique. In this double package we examine two of the most revered Post-Impressionists; Gauguin,…
Mary Cassatt: American Impressionist
This is an Emmy winning historical drama about American artist Mary Stevenson Cassatt. She lived much of her adult life in Paris in the last century. Cassatt often created images of the social and private lives of women with emphasis…
Peter Voulkos & The Otis Group
Part of the Series: Revolutions of the Wheel
"Peter Voulkos & The Otis Group" closely examines the work of Peter Voulkos. Starting from his years at the Archie Bray Institute in Montana with fellow potter Rudy Autio, the film follows his move in 1954 to Los Angeles to…
Edgar Degas
Edgar Degas (1834-1917) was one of the greatest French painters of the late nineteenth century. This film subtly examines the relationship between his life and work, exploring his preoccupation with themes of tension, isolation and vulnerability.
Women of the Impressionist Movement
"Impressionism is female": we understand this when we consider Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt, Eva Gonzales and Marie Bracquemond, four outstanding artists who developed distinct Impressionist subjects and manners of painting. All four knew each other, were regulars in the contemporary…
Bolero and In Search of Cezanne
One of the most honored films of its time and winner of an Academy Award, The Bolero captures the essence of an orchestra as Zubin Mehta conducts the Los Angeles Philharmonic in a stellar performance of Ravel's classic. Viewers gain…
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Exhibition on Screen The Impressionists
An eagerly anticipated exhibition travelling from the Musee d'Orsay Paris to the National Gallery London and onto the Philadelphia Museum of Art is the focus of the most comprehensive film ever made about the Impressionists. The exhibition brings together Impressionist…
Monet: Shadow and Light
This historical drama is about Claude Monet, a founder of French Impressionist painting and the most consistent and prolific practitioner of the movement's philosophy. The film begins in 1869 in a small town on the banks of the Seine outside…
Toulouse-Lautrec and Cezanne
In the fascinating Great Artist series, we investigate some of the best artists in history - examining their influence, style and what exactly made them so unique. In this double package we examine two important Impressionist-era artists; Toulouse-Lautrec, the famed…
Paul Cezanne
Three Colours: Cezanne from the Art Lives Series introduces the life and work of the artist identified by presenter Matthew Collings as 'the father of modern painting'. The film takes the viewer on a journey through Cezanne's often troubled life…
Cassatt and Van Gogh
In the fascinating Great Artist series, we investigate some of the best artists in history - examining their influence, style and what exactly made them so unique. In this double package we examine two pioneers of modern painting; Mary Cassatt,…
Exhibition on Screen - Manet: Portraying Life
In this acclaimed film, focussing on the sell-out exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, we ask just who was Edouard Manet - the 'Father of Modern Art'. We enjoy exclusive access to the show as well as a…
Monet and Manet
In the fascinating Great Artist series, we investigate some of the best artists in history - examining their influence, style and what exactly made them so unique. In this double package we examine two giant figures of the Impressionist movement;…
Edouard Manet
Edouard Manet (1832 - 1883) was a French painter and, as one of the first nineteenth century artists to approach modern-life subjects, he was a pivotal figure in the transition from Realism to Impressionism. His early masterworks The Luncheon on…
Renoir and Degas
In the fascinating Great Artist series, we investigate some of the best artists in history - examining their influence, style and what exactly made them so unique. In this double package we examine two leading Impressionist artists; Renoir, notable for…
Renoir
Renoir's greatest fame came from his association with the French Impressionist painters of the later nineteenth century. The Impressionists captured their immediate surroundings in richly coloured, fluently sketched canvases often executed out of doors rather than in the studio. But…
Toulouse-Lautrec
Born the heir to a rich and aristocratic family, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec seemed to have everything a young man could want - until an accident and bone disease left him with the head and torso of an old man and…
Raoul Dufy
Raoul Dufy is perhaps best known for his colourful and joyous Fauvistic paintings, but he also produced a dazzling array of ceramics, wall-hangings, dress fabrics and furniture designs. In addition Dufy produced elaborate decorative schemes for public buildings and was…
Exhibition on Screen Painting the Modern Garden Monet to Matisse
For many great artists the garden has long been considered an desirable subject for the expression of colour, light and atmosphere. Claude Monet is perhaps the most well-known painter of gardens but other greats such as Van Gogh, Pissarro, Matisse…