Documentary Renaissance HD - Raphael

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  1. QR Plaza

    QR Plaza17 日 前

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  2. Joe Stephens

    Joe Stephens20 日 前

    For the piece about the 'self.portrait with friend' 8:58 shows this piece in is place. Imagine the man speaking, instead facing towards the painting, painting him.

  3. SevenDeMagnus

    SevenDeMagnus21 日 前

    Cool Donatello, Raphael, Michaelangelo, Leonardo.

  4. Rye

    Ryeヶ月 前

    "scoffed at by modernists" sigh

  5. Oyuncak TV

    Oyuncak TV2 ヶ月 前

    Raphael: Architect of the High Renaissance | Amazing Masterpieces ⬇️ jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-M1y6Pd3W7pw.html

  6. anıl erden

    anıl erden2 ヶ月 前

    very beautiful art documentary about Dear Italian Painter '' Raphael ''

  7. Emily Smith

    Emily Smith4 ヶ月 前

    The opinion of mortal man does not decide what is or is not a masterpiece, who can judge talent given by god except god himself. Pretentiousness like theirs is an absolute insult to the original artists, they would not know greatness if it bit then on their arses!!

  8. Justin Goetz

    Justin Goetzヶ月 前

    Aren’t you currently judging their talent to criticize art

  9. John Clendaniel

    John Clendaniel5 ヶ月 前

    I think it would be great if the knowledge of these Art Historians and others was more unified and systematic, more objective and less subjective and am in favor of network/IT means being used to unify the field on a scientific basis. If the discipline were CLEANED OUT of Intelligence Agency TRASH (I'm not saying that everyone in this video fits the bill) and became Reason-Based, Evidence-Based then there could be less confusion, more certainty and accurate knowledge, and more focused and effective collective inquiry into the actual unknown or vague historical aspects to expand our certainty about various details. It would also be a more satisfying and stimulating field for those with intellectual rigor, professional ethics, and a genuine commitment to a scientific interest in history and works of art. Using Reason and Evidence to force a theoretical move away from a Subjective Aesthetics to an Objective Aesthetics (not one that is devoid of understanding the role of the Subject in Art) would allow the public and the intelligentsia to more fully appreciate these works. I'm glad to hear that restoration efforts are underway on Raphael's paintings and support Reason-Based, Evidence-Based scientific methods that effectively preserve and restore the work and eliminate various forms of degradation. I agree that is not a reversal of the mind-independent, objective historical process when a work is restored, but a objective progressive forward movement of objective historical reality that allows us to more accurately perceive the original work of the artist.

  10. johnasticot

    johnasticot6 ヶ月 前

    Never heard so much shit in all my life. Useless fuckers.

  11. helium73

    helium738 ヶ月 前

    Same height? Staring off into empty space? Are you looking at the picture your showing? Technically maybe he's looking into empty space but the eyes are a basically in the direction of Raphael. Well if it's not enough of a height difference and not enough of a looking at the "Master" maybe it's a portrait of himself and Michelangelo. He painted him before and Michelangelo is sort of showing him the way by pointing. Perhaps Raphael was inspired by the few paintings that Michelangelo did. There appears to be similarity between their painting styles. Maybe while the world didn't appreciate Michelangelo at the time someone of Raphael's talent would see the Sculptor's mastery that others couldn't.

  12. Catherine Shié

    Catherine Shié10 ヶ月 前

    Where can I find the original version in French ? Thanks !

  13. gavin Reid

    gavin Reid年 前

    Excellent.

  14. Henry Willis

    Henry Willis年 前

    What on Earth, why on earth have they used the women from my sat nav to do the voice over

  15. Documentary Renaissance HD

    Documentary Renaissance HD2 年 前

    Documentary Renaissance HD - Raphael