The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution (4-part series - Enhanced DVD)
In contemporary times, Impressionism is considered similar to be the alternative imagery of wrapping paper and greeting cards, but in itís hey days, Impressionism used to be a rebellious artistic revolt. This program was filmed at a number of locations where the movement surfaced and evolved into the major one.
This program divided into four-parts evaluates the cultural elements and formal issues that inspired the Impressionists to digress from the traditional path and cultivate their own innovative path. It also explores the different scientific advancements that enabled the development of the visual diction. The program is presented by renowned British critic Waldemar popular among the BBC audiences for his bold insightful commentary.
(The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution, Enhanced DVD, 240 minutes) 4-part series, 60 minutes each ISBN: 978-0-81608-944-4 Copy Right Date: 2011 CC