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Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Film production TV Series Masterpieces Revisited

Edvard Munch “The Scream”

Between the years 1892 and 1910 Norwegian painter Edvard Munch created four different versions of “The Scream”. Despite its gloomy motif the painting is one of the most reproduced art works ever. Euromaxx looks at the history of this masterpiece.

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A journey through Europe to the icons the history of art

Ten paintings that everyone knows. Ten painters and their biographies. Ten masterpieces of art history. Hundreds of thousands times quoted, reproduced and received. In the series "Masterpieces Revisited" we travel to the most famous museums in Europe, show their most famous works and try a new approach to each.

What are the characteristics of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to be an icon? Or the scream of Edvard Munch? Advertisers, designers, artists and art historians tell us why the old masterpieces are still very modern. They show us their interpretations and talk with us about their motivations.

In the ten-part TV series "Masterpieces Revisited" the Berlin film production Basiliscus Film dedicates ten pictures on behalf of Deutsche Welle, which gained cult status and our camera team made an extraordinary journey across Europe to the most famous paintings in art history.

Published in TV Program Series
Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Film production TV Series Masterpieces Revisited

Vincent van Gogh “Sunflowers”

Vincent van Gogh's earliest paintings of sunflowers in a vase were made Arles in the south of France in 1887. The motif has been reproduced countless times commercially, and even the fashion industry has let itself be inspired.

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A journey through Europe to the icons the history of art

Ten paintings that everyone knows. Ten painters and their biographies. Ten masterpieces of art history. Hundreds of thousands times quoted, reproduced and received. In the series "Masterpieces Revisited" we travel to the most famous museums in Europe, show their most famous works and try a new approach to each.

What are the characteristics of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to be an icon? Or the scream of Edvard Munch? Advertisers, designers, artists and art historians tell us why the old masterpieces are still very modern. They show us their interpretations and talk with us about their motivations.

In the ten-part TV series "Masterpieces Revisited" the Berlin film production Basiliscus Film dedicates ten pictures on behalf of Deutsche Welle, which gained cult status and our camera team made an extraordinary journey across Europe to the most famous paintings in art history.

Published in TV Program Series
Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Film production TV Series Masterpieces Revisited

Caspar David Friedrich “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog”

Caspar David Friedrich was a leading artist of German Romanticism. In 1818 he painted “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog” which has over time become almost synonymous with the Romantic era. We take a close look at this iconic masterpiece and its history.

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A journey through Europe to the icons the history of art

Ten paintings that everyone knows. Ten painters and their biographies. Ten masterpieces of art history. Hundreds of thousands times quoted, reproduced and received. In the series "Masterpieces Revisited" we travel to the most famous museums in Europe, show their most famous works and try a new approach to each.

What are the characteristics of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to be an icon? Or the scream of Edvard Munch? Advertisers, designers, artists and art historians tell us why the old masterpieces are still very modern. They show us their interpretations and talk with us about their motivations.

In the ten-part TV series "Masterpieces Revisited" the Berlin film production Basiliscus Film dedicates ten pictures on behalf of Deutsche Welle, which gained cult status and our camera team made an extraordinary journey across Europe to the most famous paintings in art history.

Published in TV Program Series
Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Film production TV Series: Masterpieces Revisited

Gustav Klimt “The Kiss”

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A couple embracing, their bodies entwined in elaborate robes. “The Kiss (Lovers)” is Gustav Klimt's most famous work. The artist finished the painting in 1908 and it's now widely considered a masterpiece of the early modern period and a symbol of Vienna Jugendstil.

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A journey through Europe to the icons the history of art

Ten paintings that everyone knows. Ten painters and their biographies. Ten masterpieces of art history. Hundreds of thousands times quoted, reproduced and received. In the series "Masterpieces Revisited" we travel to the most famous museums in Europe, show their most famous works and try a new approach to each.

What are the characteristics of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to be an icon? Or the scream of Edvard Munch? Advertisers, designers, artists and art historians tell us why the old masterpieces are still very modern. They show us their interpretations and talk with us about their motivations.

In the ten-part TV series "Masterpieces Revisited" the Berlin film production Basiliscus Film dedicates ten pictures on behalf of Deutsche Welle, which gained cult status and our camera team made an extraordinary journey across Europe to the most famous paintings in art history.

Published in TV Program Series
Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Film production TV Series: Masterpieces Revisited

Jan Vermeer “The Girl with a Pearl Earring”

“The Girl with a Pearl Earring” from 1665 is Vermeer's most famous picture. Who is the girl with the pearl earring who is mysteriously regarding the viewer? This question has inspired artists like Dorothee Golz. Her digital paintings turn the girl who sat for the portrait centuries ago into a modern young woman.

Concept

A journey through Europe to the icons the history of art

Ten paintings that everyone knows. Ten painters and their biographies. Ten masterpieces of art history. Hundreds of thousands times quoted, reproduced and received. In the series "Masterpieces Revisited" we travel to the most famous museums in Europe, show their most famous works and try a new approach to each.

What are the characteristics of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to be an icon? Or the scream of Edvard Munch? Advertisers, designers, artists and art historians tell us why the old masterpieces are still very modern. They show us their interpretations and talk with us about their motivations.

In the ten-part TV series "Masterpieces Revisited" the Berlin film production Basiliscus Film dedicates ten pictures on behalf of Deutsche Welle, which gained cult status and our camera team made an extraordinary journey across Europe to the most famous paintings in art history.

Published in TV Program Series
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