American Visions (1997) - Watch Online. Directed by John Bush

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  • PBS American Visions The History of American Art and ...

    Do you seeking for PBS American Visions The History of American Art and Architecture ... Christopher Spencer,David Willcock,John Bush,Julia Cave: AudienceRating: NR (Not Rated) Manufacturer: Pbs Home Video: ReleaseDate: ... 1997-06-30: Publisher: Pbs Home Video: ReleaseDate: 1997-09-30: SKU: 279 ...

  • PBS American Visions The History of American Art ...

    Producers: Christopher Spencer, David Willcock, John Bush, Julia Cave, Jac Venza; Format: Box set, Color, NTSC; Rated: NR (Not Rated) Number of tapes ... American Visions is a superbly crafted and presented introductory survey of American Art and Architecture from colonial times down to the ...

  • American Visions | Variety

    Review: ‘American Visions’ Email Print + Talk + G+ + Tweets; May 28, 1997 | 12:00AM PT Time mag's art critic Robert Hughes, whose 1981 "Shock of the New" TV series summed up and illustrated a century of modern art, now brings a weekly, selective, ...

  • American Visions - 时光网资料库

    American Visions 介绍、图片及 ... 导演: James Kent John Bush 更多 >> 主演: Robert Hughes; 类型: 纪录片; 上映日期: 1997年5月28日 美国

  • American Visions [VHS] [Import USA]: Robert Hughes, Allan ...

    American Visions [VHS] [Import USA]: Robert Hughes, Allan Palmer, Dave Bennett, Jeremy Pollard, Richard Numeroff, Christopher Spencer, David Willcock, John Bush, Julia Cave, Guy Crossman, Julia Meadows, Leila Farag, Paul Binns, Robyn Rogers, Jac Venza, Liz McHaney: ...

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"What can we say about Americans from the things they've made? When we look at them through the lens of their art, what do we see?," host and acclaimed TIME magazine art critic Robert Hughes asks. This extraordinary series presents a panoramic view of American history as reflected by artists in every medium and genre, from "primitive" portraits of the Colonial era to the complex visions of the present day. Explore the luminous, almost sacred work of early-American landscape artists. The varied experiences of 19th century America appear in the paintings of John Singer Sargent, Mary Cassatt and Winslow Homer. Discover how a uniquely American modernism was forged at the 1913 Armory Show, and ponder the creative genius that blossomed during the '20s, the Depression years and the exciting, innovative periods following World War II.

Titles are: "The Republic of Virtue," "The Promised Land," "The Wilderness and the West," "The Gilded Age," "A Wave from the Atlantic," "Streamlines and Breadlines," "The Empire of Signs," and "The Age of Anxiety."

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