Every Picture Tells A Story Series 1 (2003) DVDRip
English | AVI | XVID 1465 kbps 29.970 fps | 624x352 | MP3 128 kbps 48 KHz | 897 MB
Waldemar Januszczak discusses the background to of great weight works of art, revealing why they were created and the sort of they were intended to convey.
Season 1, Episode 1 - "Mr. and Mrs. Andrews" ~ the agency of Thomas Gainsborough
Januszczak begins by analysing Gainsborough's painting Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, which contains destructive elements at odds with its idyllic subject sense, and appears to have been deliberately left unperformed. In his portrait of two high-born 18th-century British landowners, Gainsborough may take intended to depict bird carcasses in the unexecuted area in the lady?s lay over as a not-so-subtle annotate on the couple?s marriage and convivial position.