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BBC西班牙艺术  | BBC The Art of Spain-The Dark Heart


     本集继续向西班牙的中心进发,探寻16世纪到17世纪的西班牙艺术。这是一个非凡的黄金时代,一个黑暗和野蛮的心。一起看西班牙帝国的兴衰,他们如何残暴的征服新世界。最美丽的艺术就在这里。 


    He journeys to the country’s scorched centre to explore Spanish art of the 16th and 17th centuries, a period that became known as the Golden Age. Tracing the rise and fall of the Spanish Empire, the brutal conquest of the New World, and the religious madness of the Inquisition he discovers how a history so violent produced such beautiful art.



 

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Nine months after she died in 1582, her body was exhumed and conclusive evidence of her purity was found. Her body was said to have been perfectly preserved. In fact, witnesses said it even smelt of perfume.



But devotion to Teresa soon became a cult. Over the following centuries, her body was exhumed countless times. On each occasion, parts of it were removed for relics. This is her arm encased in crystal, the 400-year-old flesh still clinging to the bone. But the greatest treasure is this object, Santa Teresa's heart, displayed in a golden silver reliquary.





When we talk about Spanish art of the Golden Age, we tend to think very much in terms of painting and sculpture, the sort of art that you see in / museums, but I think these reliquaries are themselves tremendously eloquent works of art. They take us straight to the center of that combination of mysticism and mobility that is right at the heart of Santa Teresa's legend. There's the angel with the spear said to have pierced / her heart, and then right at the center of it is her heart itself, a piece of her actual body. It's that interplay between the sense of the flesh itself and the body, the fact that we are all going to die and the hope that we’ll all go to heaven. It's absolutely enshrined in that object.





In a final twist to the legend of the angel, when the heart was removed from Santa Teresa's body, it was said to be perforated.





Today, her finger is in Avila; her jaw is in Rome. Such was the power and persistence of Saint Teresa's legend. But throughout his dictatorship, General Franco kept her hand beside his bed

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Nine months after she died in 1582, her body was exhumed and conclusive evidence of her purity was found. Her body was said to be perfectly preserved. In fact witnesses said it even smelt of perfume.

But devotion to Teresa soon became a cult. Over the following centuries, her body was exhumed countless times. On each occasion, parts of it were removed for relics. This is her arm encased in crystal, the 400-year-old flesh still clinging to the bone. But the greatest treasure is this object, Saint Teresa’s heart, displayed in a golden silver reliquary.

When we talk about Spanish art of the Golden Age, we turn to think very much of painting and sculpture, the sort of art you’d seen in museums. But I think that these reliquaries are in themselves tremendously eloquent works of art. They take straight to the center of that combination of mysticism and morbidity that is right in the heart of Saint Teresa’s legend: there’s the angel with the spear said to have pierced her heart. And then right to the center of it, it’s her heart itself, a piece of her actual body. It’s that interplay between the sense of the flesh itself, the body, the fact that we are all going to die and the hope that we’ll all go to heave. It’s absolutely enshrined in that object.

In the final twist to the legend of the angel, when the heart was removed from Saint Teresa’s body, it was said to be perforated. Today, her fingers are in Avila, her jaw is in Rome. Such was the power and persistence of Saint Teresa’s legend that throughout his dictatorship, General Franco kept her hand beside his bed.
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Nine months after she died in 1582, her body was exhumed and conclusive evidence of her purity was found. Her body was said to have been perfectly preserved. In fact, witnesses said it even smelled of perfume.

The devotion to Teresa soon became a cult. Over the following centuries, her body was exhumed countless times. On each occasion, parts of her were removed for relics. This is her arm encased in crystal, the 400-year-old flesh still clinging to the bone. But the greatest treasure is this object, Saint Teresa's heart, displayed in a golden silver reliquary.

When we talk about Spanish art of the golden age, we tend to think very much in terms of painting and sculpture, the sort of art we see in museums. But I think that these reliquaries are themselves tremendously eloquent works of art. They take straight to the centre of that combination of mysticism and mobility, that is right in the heart of Saint Teresa's legend. There is the angel, the spears said have took pierce her heart. And then right to the centre of it is her heart itself, a piece of her actual body. It's that interplay between the sense of the flesh itself, the body, the fact that we are all going to die on the hope that we are all going to heaven. It's absolutely enshrined in that object.

In the final twist to the legend of the angel, when the heart was removed from Saint Teresa's body, it was said to be perforated.

Today, her finger is in Avila, her jaw is in Rome, such was the power and persistence of Saint Teresa's legend. But throughout his dictatorship, General Franco kept her hand beside his bed.
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[Homework]2013-01-09 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-11

Nine months after she died in 1582, her body was exhumed. And conclusive evidence of her purity was found. Her body was said to be perfectly preserved. In fact, witnesses said it even smelled of perfume.
    The devotion to Teresa soon became a cult. Over the following centuries, her body was exhumed countless times. On each occasion, parts of it were removed for relics.
    This is her arm encased in a crystal, the 400-year old flesh still clinging to the bone.But the grestest treasure is this object, St. Teresa's heart, displayed in a gold and silver reliquary.
    When we talk about Spanish art of the Golden Age, we tend to think very much in terms of painting and sculture, the sort of art you've seen in museums. But I think these reliquaries, the art of themselves tremedously eloquent works of art. They take straight to the center of that combination of mysticism and morbidity that is right in the heart of Saint Teresa’s legend: there’s the angel with the spear said to have pierced her heart. And then right to the center of it, it’s her heart itself, a piece of her actual body. It’s that interplay between the sense of the flesh itself, the body, the fact that we are all going to die and the hope that we’ll all go to heave. It’s absolutely enshrined in that object.

    In the final twist to the legend of the angel, when the heart was removed from Saint Teresa’s body, it was said to be perforated. Today, her fingers are in Avila, her jaw is in Rome. Such was the power and persistence of Saint Teresa’s legend that throughout his dictatorship, General Franco kept her hand beside his bed.


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[Homework]2013-01-09 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-11

Nine months after she died in 1582, her body was exhumed and conclusive evidence of her purity was found. Her body was said to be perfectly preserved. In fact, witnesses said it even smelled perfume. The devotion to recess the * over the following centuries, her body was exhumed couples of times. On each occasion, * were removed for rewax.
This is her arm, encased in crystal. The 400-year-old flash still came into the bone. But the greatest treasure is this object, same to raise her heart, displayed a golden-silver *.
When we talk about Spanish art in the Golden Age, we tend to think very much in thousands of paintings and sculptures what it was all about those years in museums. But I think these reliquaries are themselves tremendously eloquent what *. This is a great century of the combination of mysticism and mobility that is right and heart of something rises legend of angel disappears and * peace to her heart. And then what in the centre is her heart itself, a piece of her actual body. It’s that interplay between the sense of flesh itself, the body, the fact of organ to die and the hope that will guide us to have an absolutely enshrined natal *.
And the final twist to the legend of angel when the half was removed from St. Teresa’s body, it was sent to be perforated.
Today, have a think of Avila, her joy is in *. Such was a power and persistent of * legend. ***.

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Nine months after she died in 1582,her body was exhumed and conclusive evidence of her purity was found.Her body was said to be perpectly preserved,witnesses even said it even smelt of perfume.
But the devotion to Teresa soon became a cult.Over the following centuries,her body was exhumes countless times.On each occation,parts of it were removed for relics.This is her arm in cristy and cristal.The four hundred year old flash still clinging to the bone.
But the greatest treasure is this object.Saint Teresa's heart,displayed in a gold and silver reliquary.When we talk about the Spanish Art of the Golden Age,we turn to think very much of painting and sculpture, the sort of art you’d seen in museums.But i think these reliquaries are themselves tremendously eloquent works of art.They take the straight to the center of that combination of mysticism and morbidity that is right in the heart of Saint Teresa’s legend: there’s the angel with the spear said to have pierced her heart. And then right to the center of it, it’s her heart itself, a piece of her actual body. It’s that interplay between the sense of the flesh itself, the body, the fact that we are all going to die and the hope that we’ll all go to heaven. It’s absolutely enshrined in that object.
In the final twist to the legend of the angel when the heart was removed from Saint Teresa's body.It was sent to be perfurated.Today her fingers are in Avila,her jaw is in Rome.Such was the power and persistance of Saint Teresa's legend that throughout his dictatorship, General Franco kept her hand beside his bed.
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[Homework]2013-01-09 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-11

Nine months after she died in 1582, her body was exhumed and conclusive evidence of her purity was found. Her body was said to have been perfectly preserved. In fact, witnesses said it even smelled of perfume.

But devotion to Teresa soon became a cult. Over the following centuries, her body was exhumed countless times. On each occasion, parts of her were removed for relics. This is her arm encased in crystal, the 400-year-old flesh still clinging to the bone. But the greatest treasure is this object, Saint Teresa's heart, displayed in a golden silver reliquary.


When we talk about Spanish art of the Golden Age, we tend to think very much in terms of painting and sculpture, the sort of art we see in the museums, but I think these reliquaries are themselves tremendously eloquent works of art. They take us straight to the center of that combination of mysticism and mobility that is right at the heart of Saint Teresa's legend. There's the angel and the spear said to take pierce to her heart. And right at the center of it is her heart itself, a piece of her actual body. It's that interplay between the sense of the flesh itself, the body, the fact that we are all going to die on the hope that we all go to heaven. It's absolutely enshrined in that object.


In the final twist to the legend of the angel, when the heart was removed from Saint Teresa's body, it was said to be perforated.


Today, her finger is in Avila; her jaw is in Rome. Such was the power and persistence of Saint Teresa's legend. But throughout his dictatorship, General Franco kept her hand beside his bed.



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本帖最后由 toyworld 于 2013-2-3 23:43 编辑

Nine months after she died in 1582, her body was exhumed and conclusive evidence of her purity was found. Her body was said to have been perfectly preserved. In fact, witnesses said it even smelt of perfume.

But devotion to Teresa soon became a cult. Over the following centuries, her body was exhumed countless times. On each occasion, parts of
it
were removed for relics. This is her arm encased in crystal, the 400-year-old flesh still clinging to the bone. But the greatest treasure is this object, Santa Teresa's heart, displayed in a golden silver reliquary.


When we talk about Spanish art of the Golden Age, we tend to think very much in terms of painting and sculpture, the sort of art
that you see in / museums, but I think these reliquaries are themselves tremendously eloquent works of art. They take us straight to the center of that combination of mysticism and mobility that is right at the heart of Santa Teresa's legend. There's the angel with the spear said to have pierced / her heart, and then right at the center of it is her heart itself, a piece of her actual body. It's that interplay between the sense of the flesh itself and the body, the fact that we are all going to die and the hope that we’ll
all go to heaven. It's absolutely enshrined in that object.


In
a final twist to the legend of the angel, when the heart was removed from Santa
Teresa's body, it was said to be perforated.


Today, her finger is in Avila; her jaw is in Rome. Such was the power and persistence of Saint Teresa's legend. But throughout his dictatorship, General Franco kept her hand beside his bed
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