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Face of Britain by Simon Schama

Arts Documentary hosted by Simon Schama, published by BBC in 2015 - English narration


Face of Britain by Simon Schama
Simon Schama explores the background of British portraiture, revealing the stories behind the most compelling images in British art and examining the ways portraiture is used to pass a statement.

The historian explores the background of British portraiture, revealing the stories behind some of the greatest images in art. Throughout the series, he examines how the art elevate has been used as a pronunciamento of fervour, to strengthen notability, to put forward percipience into the artists themselves and to lay the faces of the British people.

1) The Puss Of Power
He begins by looking at the everlasting power of portraiture, considering how people learn to know faces before they can step or talk. This makes the dossier one of the most compelling forms of art. Schama looks at how a dossier commissioned to praise Winston Churchill's 80th birthday ended in cataclysm for both artist and sitter, discovers how portraits can incorporate a fray for dominance and demonstrates the concern of portraiture in fostering loyalty.

2) Faces of the People
Simon Schama explores the rogue pressure of British portraiture, looking at the artists who have taken all aspects of beneficence as their participant, not just the tremendous and the nice who pay to be flattered. In doing so, he examines the drudgery of artists such as William Hogarth, John Kay and Ford Madox Brown.

3) The Puss of Notability
The historian investigates what portraits of the prominent of the background and deal out can bask in about Britain's nationalistic dramatis persona. He explores the okay string between notability and notability, the depictions of women like Pot Fisher and Emma Hart which put them in the flagrant eye, and the impulse behind the organization of the Nationalistic Dossier Gallery.

4) The Look of Fervour
The historian explores how portraiture has the power to immortalise fervour, and is supporting in fulfilling the order to keep loved ones close-fisted by fixing their faces in interval. He begins with Sir Kenelm Digby«s shot to carry out his mate fail to spirit through a series of portraits, before looking at the dossier miniatures from the Prince of Wales»s fervour proceeding with Maria Fitzherbert. He reveals art made for fervour not rhino with Thomas Gainsborough«s dossier of his daughters, and Lewis Carroll»s attempts to blocking interval in his photographs of Alice Liddell.

5) The Puss in the Mirror Image
Simon explores the complex motivations behind self-portraits, looking at what they bask in about the artists that produced them and the magnanimous state. He investigates self-portraiture in a 13th century manuscript, including how the first self-dossier was created after artist Gerlach Flicke was incarcerated. Plus, he looks at William Orpen«s paintings in the search for his own uniqueness during the First The World At Large War, and visits Antony Gormley»s statuette Another Place; a collective self-dossier made up of hundreds of figures.


Technical Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: 3018 Kbps
* Video Exposure Proportion: 1280 x 720
* Video Resolve: 1.778 (16:9)
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio: English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/s VBR 48 KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-Interval: 59mins
* Framerate: 25fps
* Handful of Parts: 5
* Container Mp4
* Renounce Immensity: 1.30 GB
* Provenience: HDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65

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Merged English Subtitles


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