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[文化博览] 【整理】2013-01-02 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-8

 

 

 

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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El Greco didn't paint the real Toledo. He painted a Toledo of the imagination. And that imagination was intensely spiritual. In his vision, the end of the world is nigh. The city's buildings are quivering with a kind of spiritual electricity. It's as if the whole place is about to be whirled up to heaven. He painted Toledo as the holiest of holy places. And he could have given it no great gift.



People in those days really believed in visions, spirits, angels, but this could become a contagion, breeding morbid obsession. And El Greco captured that too, in his greatest work of all------The Burial of the Count of Orgaz





It depicts the moment when two saints descended from heaven to take the soul of the devout Count up to God.  





It's stunning with these radiant colours, these forms that flicker/ and ascend like flames. It's as if the whole wall's on fire.





Below we have flesh-and-blood / human beings, witnessing / solemnly the miracle. But as the miracle takes place, as the soul is transported into heaven, all of the forms dissolve/.






The Count of Orgaz becomes pure spirit. And as that happens, El Greco's style turns into pure spirit, so that the forms become more fluid.





Look at the figure of John the Baptist for example. It's not a body. It's like an emanation of spirit. It's like a flame. There's wonderful tenderness about the way in which the two saints are lowering the Count’s body into the tomb. It's as if they are placing a newborn infant in the cradle. And I think that ultimately is what this picture is all about. It's a picture that says that death is a form of rebirth. It expresses the belief that death is what you live for, death is the fulfillment, death is the beginning of the great adventure that will take your soul into the world of the spirit.

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[Homework]2013-01-02 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-8

El Greco didn't paint the real Toledo. He painted Toledo of imagination. And that imagination was intensely spiritual. In his vision, the end of the world is nigh. The city's buildings are quivering, with a kind of spiritual electricity. It's as if the whole place is about to be walled up to heaven. He painted Toledo as the holiest of holy places. And he could have given it no great gift.

People in those days really believed in visions, spirits, angels, but this could become a contingent, breeding more bid of session. And El Greco catches that too, in his greatest work of all--The Burial of Kant V*.


It picks the moment when two saints descended from heaven to take the soul of the devout Kant up to God.  


It's starring with its radiant colours, these forms of flickering and semblant flames. It's as if the whole wall's on fire.


Below we have flash and blood of human beings, witnessing the solemnly miracle. But as the miracle takes place, as the soul is transformed into heaven, all of the forms dissolved. The Kant V* becomes pure spirit. And as that happens, El Greco's style turns to pure spirit, so the forms become more fluent. Look at the figure of John * as for an example. It's not a body. It's like a lamination of spirit. It's like a flame. There's wonderful tenderness about when the two saints are lowering the Kant's body into the tomb. It's as if that placing a newborn infant in a cradle. And I think that ultimately is what the picture is all about. It's a picture that says the death is a form of rebirth. It expresses the belief that death is what you live for, death is the fulfillment, death is the beginning of the great adventure that will take your soul into the world of spirit.



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El Greco didn't paint the real Toledo. He painted a Toledo of the imagination. And that imagination was intensely spiritual. In his vision, the end of the world is nigh. The city's buildings are quivering with a kind of spiritual electricity. It's as if the whole place is about to be whirled up to heaven. He painted Toledo as the holiest of holy places. And he could have given it no great gift.

People in those days really believed in visions, spirits, angels, but this could become a
contagion, breeding morbid obsession. And El Greco captured that too, in his greatest work of all------The Burial of
the Count of Orgaz


It depicts the moment when two saints descended from heaven to take the soul of the devout Count
up to God.  


It's
stunning with these radiant colours, these forms that flicker/ and ascend like
flames. It's as if the whole wall's on fire.


Below we have
flesh-and-blood / human beings, witnessing / solemnly the miracle. But as the miracle takes place, as the soul is transported into heaven, all of the forms dissolve/.



The Count of Orgaz becomes pure spirit. And as that happens, El Greco's style turns into pure spirit, so that the forms become more fluid.


Look at the figure of John the Baptist for example. It's not a body. It's like an emanation of spirit. It's like a flame. There's wonderful tenderness about the way in which the two saints are lowering the Count’s body into the tomb. It's as if they are placing a newborn infant in the cradle. And I think that ultimately is what this picture is all about. It's a picture that says that death is a form of rebirth. It expresses the belief that death is what you live for, death is the fulfillment, death is the beginning of the great adventure that will take your soul into the world of the spirit.
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