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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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In the 17th century, it was a group of Jeronymite monks who had the task of looking after the Virgin.







Inspired by the 4th-century scholar and monk, Saint Jerome, the Jeronymite Order was one of the most powerful and influential forces in Spain. And to assert the authority of their order, they turned to art.







In 1637, the friars of the order commissioned / the greatest Spanish religious artist/ of the day, Francisco de Zurbaran, to paint 8 pictures, commemorating the ways in which they strove to keep the spirit of Saint Jerome alive and this was the result. It is one of the most extraordinary rooms. In fact, it's the only space in all of the monasteries of all of Spain, where you can still see a great cycle of religious paintings in the place for which it was designed.









Now, you might have expected to find here a set of paintings, illustrating the life of Saint Jerome, / that's not what you see. What you see are a series of portraits of members of the Spanish Jeronymite Order experiencing themselves, apparitions and visions. He shows us Brother Pedro of Salamanca having a vision of a great fire in the sky that portends a great battle to come. But how simply Zurbaran has painted it? He just shows us two men in the dark, one of them gesturing towards the vision. There’s almost nothing to look at, except for their awestruck faces.





But over here and this is my favorite picture in the room. I think it's a real masterpiece for me. It's perhaps Zurbaran’s greatest painting. And what he shows us is a young, 25-year-old Brother of the Order. He's received vision from God, in which he's learned that he's going to die on this day. And he's gone to get the other brothers in the order, he's told them the news and they’re all praying together. He is about to die. That's the moment that Zurbaran’s painted.

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[Homework]2013-01-23 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-17

In the 17th century, there's a group of Gerona monks who held the task of looking after the Virgin. Inspired by the 4th century scholarly monks in Gerona, the Gerona Might Order is one of the most powerful and influential forces in Spain. And to assert the authority of their order, they turned to art. In 1637, the friars of the Order commissioned the greatest Spanish religious artists of the day. Francisco * painted 8 pictures to commemorating the wise which they strove to keep the spirits of saint Gerona life. And this is the result.
It's one of the most extraordinary rooms. In fact, it's the only space in all of the * all of Spain where you can still see a great cycle of religious paintings in the place for which it was designed.
Now you might have expected to find here a set of paintings illustrating the life scene in Gerona. That's not what you see. What you see are, a series of portrays of members of the Spanish Gerona Might Order experiencing themselves, aspirations and visions. He shows us Brother Patrick * having a vision of great fire in the sky that portends a great battle to come. But how simply * has painted it. He just shows us two men in the dark, one of them gesturing towards the vision. There's almost nothing to look at except their awestruck faces.
But over here, this is my favorite picture in the room. I think it's a real masterpiece. For me it perhaps serves one of the greatest painting. What it shows us is a young 25 year-old brother of the Order. He received the vision from God in which his land is going to die on this day. And he's gonna to get the other brothers in new Order. He told them this news and they are all praying together. Here is about to die after the moment this * is painted.

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Homework 2013-1-23 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-17
In the 17 century,there's a group of Gerunda monks who have the task of looking after the Vrigin.Inspired by the 4th century scholary monks in Gerunda,the Gerunda Might Order is one of the most powerful and influential forces in Spain.And to assert the authority of their order,they turned to art.In 1637,the friars of the Order commission the greatest Spanish religious aritists of the day.Francisco * to paint 8 pictures to commemorating the wise which they strove to keep the spirits of saint Gerunda life.And this is the result.It's one of the most extraordinary rooms.In fact,it's the only space in all of the * all the Spain where you can still see a great cycle of religious paintings in the place for which it was designed.Now you might expected to find here a set of painting illustrating the life in Grtunda.That's not what you see.What you see are,a series of portrays of members of the Spanish Gerunda Might Order experiencing themselves,aspirations and visions.He shoes us Brother Patrick Suleimanc having a vision of great fire in teh sky that portents a great battle to come.But how simply * painted it.It just shows us two men in the dark,one of them gesturing towards the vision.There's almost nothing to look at except their awestruck faces.But over here,this is my favorite picture in the room.I think it's a real masterpiece,for me it perhapes serves one of the greatest painting.What is shows us is a young 25-year-old brother of the Order.He received the vision from God in which his * is going to die on this day.And he is gonna to get the other brothers in new Order.He told them this news and they are all praying together.Here is about to die after the moment this * painted.
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[Homework]2013-01-23 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-17

In the 17th century, it was a group of Gerona monks who held the task of looking after the Virgin. Inspired by the 4th century scholarly monk, Saint Gerona, the Gerona Might Order was one of the most powerful and influential forces in Spain. And to assert the authority of their order, they turned to art.

In 1637, the friars of the order commission to the greatest religious artists of the day, Francisco Z* to paint 8 pictures, commemorating the ways, in which they strove to keep the spirit of Saint Gerona alive and this is the result. It is one of the most extraordinary rooms. In fact, it's the only space in all of w* streets,in all of Spain, where you can still see a great circle of religious paintings in the place for which was designed.


There, you might have expected to find here a set of paintings, illustrating the life in Saint Gerona, but that's not what you see. What you see are a series of portraits of members of Spanish Gerona Might Order experiencing themselves, aspirations and visions. He shows us Brother Patrick Salemenker having a vision of great far in the sky, the portents of a great battle to come. But how simply Z* has painted it. He just shows us two man in the dark, one of them gesturing towards the vision. It's almost nothing to look at, except for their awestruck faces.


But over here. This is my favorite picture in the room. I think it's a real masterpiece for me. It's Z*'s greatest painting. And what he shows us is a young, 25-year-old Brother of the Order. He's received vision from God, in which he's learned that he's going to die on this day. And he's gone to get the other brother in this order. he's told the news and they all preyed together. He is about to die. That's the moment Z*'s painted.






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In the 17th century, there was a group of Geronomite monks who had the task of looking after the virgin. Inspired by the 4th century scholarly monk Saint Jerome, the Geronomite Order was one of the most powerful and influential forces in Spain. And to assert the authority of their order they turned to art.

In 1637, the friars of the order commissioned the greatest Spanish religious artist of the day, Francisco de Zurbaran, to paint eight pictures, commemorating their ways in which they strove to keep the spirit of Saint Jerome alive. And this was the result. It's one of the most extraordinary rooms. In fact, it's the only space in all of the monasteries of all of Spain where you can still see a great cycle of religious paintings in the place for which it was designed. Now you might have expected to find here a set of paintings illustrating the life of Saint Jerome. That's not what you see. What you see are a series of portraits of the members of the Spanish Geronomite Order, experiencing themselves, apparitions and visions. He shows us Brother Pedro of Salamanca, having a vision of a great fire in the sky, that portends a great battle to come. But how simply Zurbaran has painted it. It just shows us two men in the dark, one of them gesturing towards the vision. There's almost nothing to look at except for their awestruck faces. But over here, and this is my favourite picture in the room. I think it's a real masterpiece for me. It's perhaps Zurbaran's greatest painting. And what it shows us is a young 25-year-old Brother of the Order. He's received a vision from God in which he's learned that he's going to die on this day. And he's gone to get the other brothers in the order; he's told them the news and they are all praying together. He is about to die. That's the moment that Zurbaran's painted.
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In the 17th century, it was a group of Geronymite monks who had the task of looking after the Virgin. Inspired by the 4th-century scholar and monk, Saint Jerome, the Geronymite order was one of the most powerful and influential forces in Spain. And to assert the authority to their order, they turned to art.

In 1637, the friars of the order commissioned the greatest Spanish religious artist of the day, Francisco de Zurbaran, to paint eight pictures commemorating the ways in which they strove to keep the spirit of Saint Jerome alive and this was the result.

It’s one of the most extraordinary rooms. In fact, it’s the only space in all of the monasteries of all of Spain where you can still see a great cycle of religious paintings in the place for which it was designed. Now you might have expected to find here a set of paintings illustrating the life of Saint Jerome.

That’s not what you see. What you see are a series of portraits of members of the Spanish Geronymite order experiencing themselves apparitions and visions. He shows us Brother Pedro of Salamanca having a vision of a great fire in the sky that portends a great battle to come.

But how simply Zurbaran has painted it! He just showed us two men in the dark, one of them gesturing towards the vision. There was almost nothing to look at expect for their awestruck faces.

But over here and this is my favorite picture in the room. I think it’s a real masterpiece. For me, it’s perhaps Zurbaran’s greatest painting, and what it shows us is a young 25-year-old brother of the order. He’s received a vision from God in which he’s learned that he’s going to die on this day and he’s gone to get the other brothers in the order. He’s told them the news, and they’re all praying together. He is about to die that. That’s the moment that Zurbaran’s painted.
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[Homework]2013-01-23 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-17

In the 17th century, it was a group of Geranema monks who have the task of looking after the virgins. In Spain by the 4th century * monks say Jerum , such * order is one of the powerful and influential forces in Spain. And to a third, the authority of their order they turned to art. In 1637 the fire of the order commission came to the greatest religious artist of the day, Francisco De Zevoran to paint 8 pictures commemorating the ways of which they stove to keep the spirit of saint Jerum alive, and this is the result. It is one of the most extraordinary rooms, in fact it is the only space in all of * in all of Spain where you still can see a great stock of religious paintings in the place for which it was designed.

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In the 17th century,there was a group of Geronomite monks who have the task of looking after the virgin.Inspired by the 4th century scholary monk Saint Jerome,the Geronomite order was one of the most powerful and influtional forces in Spain.And to assert the autority of their order they turn to art.
In 1637,the friars of the order commion the greatest Spanish religious artist of the day,Francisco de Zurbaran,to paint 8 pictures to memorating the ways in which they strove to keep the spirit of Saint Jeremo alive.And this was the result.It is one of the most extrordinary rooms,in fact,it is the only space in all of the monasteries of all over Spain where you can still see a great cycle of religious paintings in the place for which it was designed.
And you might have expected,to find here a settle of paintings illustrating the life of Saint Jeremo.That's not what you see,what you see are,a series of portraits of the members of the Spanish Geronomite order experiencing themselves,appirations and visions.He shows us brother Pedro of Salamanca,having a vision of a great fire in the sky,that portends a great battle to come.But how simply Zurbarabn has painted it.It just shows us two men in the dark,one of them gesturing towards the vision.There is almost nothing to look out except for their awestruck faces.
But over here,and this is my favorite picture in the room.I guess it is really a masterpiece for me.It is perhaps Zurbaran's greatest painting.And what it shows us is a young,25-year-old brother of the order.His received vision from god in which he has learned is going to die on this day.And he has gone to get the other brothers in the order.He has told them the news and they are all praying to get together.He is about to die.That's the moment that Zurbaran has painted.
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In the 17th century, it was a group of Jeronymite monks who had the task of looking after the Virgin.



Inspired by the 4th-century scholar and monk, Saint Jerome, the Jeronymite Order was one of the most powerful and influential forces in Spain. And to assert the authority of their order, they turned to art.



In 1637, the friars of the order commissioned / the greatest Spanish religious artist/ of the day, Francisco de Zurbaran, to paint 8 pictures, commemorating the ways in which they strove to keep the spirit of Saint Jerome
alive and this was the result. It is one of the most extraordinary rooms. In fact, it's the only space in all of the monasteries of all of Spain, where you can still see a great cycle of religious paintings in the place for which it
was designed.




Now, you might have expected to find here a set of paintings, illustrating the life of Saint Jerome, / that's not what you see. What you see are a series of portraits of members of the Spanish Jeronymite Order experiencing themselves, apparitions and visions. He shows us Brother Pedro of Salamanca having a vision of a great fire in the sky that portends a great battle to come. But how simply Zurbaran has painted it? He just shows us two men in the dark, one of them gesturing towards the vision. There’s almost nothing to look at, except for their awestruck faces.


But over here
and this is my favorite picture in the room. I think it's a real masterpiece for me. It's perhaps Zurbaran’s greatest painting. And what he shows us is a young, 25-year-old Brother of the Order. He's received vision from God, in which he's learned that he's going to die on this day. And he's gone to get the other brothers in the order, he's told them the news and they’re all praying together. He is about to die. That's the moment that Zurbaran’s painted.
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