BBC The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution S01E03 Painting The People (2011) HDTV XviD FTP
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WaldemarJanuszczak continues his investigation of the Impressionists, focusingthis time on the people they painted and in particular the subjects ofDegas, Caillebotte and the often forgotten Impressionist women artists.The Impressionists are famous for painting landscape but they were justas determined to paint people.
Looking closely at one of Impressionismsfinest painters, Edgar Degas, Waldemar reveals how he consistentlychallenged traditions and strove to record real life as it appeared inthe city, from sculpting the contorted movements of horses in motion atthe Longchamp race course in Paris to encapsulating extravagant 3Dviewpoints of the ballet dancers at the Paris Opera. Waldemar alsouncovers the intoxicating haziness the pastel produced in Degas workwhen visiting his supplier Pastels de Roche. He also reveals the unusualviewpoints and dramatic perspectives of Caillebottes paintings fromthe Place de LEurope and the rebellious and revolutionary art ofMorisot, Bracquemond and Cassatt, three impressive female artists whowere eagerly embraced by the progressive movement of Impressionism.
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