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Title World in art : 1812
Published 2006

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Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS STACK AVC  700.9 Wia/Rta  2006/09/30  AVAILABLE
Description 1 videodisc (DVD) (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Series Masterpiece on Saturday
Summary This program looks at the art works that were created in the year; 1812. During this year, Napoleon was about to invade Russia and many other countries in Europe longed to be free from him. In Germany, the Brothers Grimm published their collection of fairytales in 1812 and in Japan, the artist Hokusai, famous for his many depictions of Mount Fuji, creates Pictures of the Floating World. In Sydney, Australia, the convict, Francis Greenway, becomes the colony's first chief architect and earns his freedom through hard work. In Spain, Goya goes against the depiction of warfare as being heroic and creates images that are urgent, brutal and without hope. In western Canada, the Haida Indians give life to their spiritual traditions through carvings in metal, stone and wood. (From Canada, in English, German and Spanish, English subtitles) (Part 4) PG WS --Website
Notes Off-air recording of SBS-TV broadcast September30, 2006. Copied under Part VA of the Copyright Act
Credits Directed by Chuck Scott, Tim Knight ; Written by Drake Dresen, John Wyver
Performer Narrated by Jenny Agutter
Notes DVD
Rated: PG
Available for Deakin University staff and students only
Subject Art -- History
Art, Modern -- 19th century -- History
Author Scott, Chuck
Knight, Tim
Dresen, Drake
Wyver, John
Agutter, Jenny
SBS-TV