یكی از معروفترین، محبوبترین و ماندگارترین مستندها درباره تاریخ هنر، فلسفه و معماری در غرب به مدت 11 ساعت. از سقوط امپراطوری روم غربی تا ظهور دوران مدرن. مجموعهای كه در بیش از 60 كشور جهان نمایش داده شده و جوایز متعددی را برده است و در ایالات متحده و بریتانیا یكی از پربینندهترین و پرفروشترین مستندها بوده،
از زمان ساخت در سال 1969 تا به امروز همچنان مطرح است. به طوریكه در سال 2011 و چهل سال پس از ساخته شدن مجددا نسخه بلوری آن منتشر شد.
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In this programme, Kenneth Clark looks at the Dark Ages. Travelling from Byzantine Ravenna to the Celtic Hebrides, from the Vikings to Charlemagne's chapel at Aachen, he unravels the extraordinary story of how European ideas and art survived this period
This programme traces the reawakening of European civilisation in the twelfth century
Sir Kenneth Clark journeys from the Loire through Tuscany and Umbria to the cathedral at Pisa, as he explores the aspirations of the later Middle Ages in France and Italy
Sir Kenneth Clark's personal take on the restoration of Western Civilisation from the fall of Rome to the 20th century continues with visits to Florence, Urbino and Mantua, centres of Renaissance civilisation.
Sir Kenneth Clark's series tracing the development of civilisation continues with a look at how Pope Julius II sponsored men like Michelangelo and Raphael
The theme of protest and communication leads Lord Clark to the Reformation. He explores the Germany of Albrecht Durer and Martin Luther and the invention of the printing press, the work of Erasmus, the France of Montaigne, and the Elizabethan England of Shakespeare. Extracts from Shakespeare performed by William Devlin, Ronald Lacy, Eric Porter, Ian Richardson and Patrick Stewart
Sir Kenneth Clark visits Rome in search of grandeur and finds a city that gave rise to Michelangelo, Bernini and the Counter Reformation - a movement which, in its struggle against the Protestant North, developed a new splendour, symbolised by the glory of St Peter's
The telescope and the microscope revealed new worlds in time and space and in a drop of water. And the realism of Dutch painting carried a stage further the observations of human character. Sir Kenneth Clark's story takes him from the Holland of Rembrandt and Vermeer to the London of Wren, Purcell and the Royal Society
Kenneth Clark reflects on the nature of the 18th-century music of such composers as Bach, Handel, Haydn and Mozart, and on the way that some of its qualities are reflected in the best of rococo architecture - the pilgrimage churches and palaces of Bavaria
The sensible, sophisticated men and women who met in the salons of 18th-century Paris wanted to change society. In the end they got more of a change than they bargained for. The polite tete-a-tete in those elegant salons was the precursor of revolutionary politics. Kenneth Clark's theme takes him from the palaces of Versailles and Blenheim, to Edinburgh and to the hills of Virginia, where Thomas Jefferson made his home in the 1760s
Kenneth Clark takes a look at how people in 18th century England turned from religion to a belief in the divinity of nature. He visits the Swiss Alps and the Lake District as he expounds on Goethe, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Turner, Constable and Ruskin
Kenneth Clark traces the progressive disillusionment of the artists of the Romantic movement through the music of Beethoven and the poetry of Byron, and details the revolutions that accompanied it
To conclude this landmark series, Kenneth Clark considers the ways in which the heroic materialism of the past hundred years has been linked to an equally remarkable increase in humanitarianism. The achievement of engineers and scientists such as Brunel and Rutherford has been matched by the work of great reformers like Wilberforce and Shaftesbury. As Clark notes, the concept of kindness only became important in the last century
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