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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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When Saint Teresa first entered the convent, she was appalled by the other sisters' lack of piety. So to make a point, she staged her own personal re-enactment of Christ being dragged to his crucifixion. She got on all fours. She had herself saddled up with a mule pack full of stones, and she got one of the other sisters to lead her around the convent on a halter.



These are the rooms where Teresa experienced her visions. She claimed that Christ appeared to her, right here, tied to the pillar on which she was scourged. Later, the power of the Holy Spirit took hold of her so strongly that her body shook and she began to levitate. And then, there was the most baffling phenomenon of all, a transverberation of the heart, in which she felt she'd been speared through the heart by an angel and infused with the Holy Spirit.





Teresa has such an intense relationship with God, she actually felt it within her own body. She died in 1582 and was canonized 40 years later. But after her death, the question was how to tell her story. The answer was art. Teresa had become a folk hero, an inspiration to thousands. And her image appeared in countless paintings by artists, including Flemish master, Peter Paul Rubens, and the Spaniard, Claudio Coello.





But paintings weren't enough for Saint Teresa's followers. They would demand something far more graphic. This is the convent of Alba de Tormes, where Teresa died and her final resting place. Above the altar is a gold-trimmed casket designed to receive her body, but the casket is incomplete

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When Saint Teresa first entered the convent, she was appalled by the other sisters’ lack of piety. So to make a point, she staged her own personal reenactment of Christ being dragged to his crucifixion. She got on all force. She had herself saddled up with a mull pack full of stones, and she got one of the other sisters to lead her around the convent, on a halter.

These were the rooms where Teresa experienced her visions. She claimed that Christ appeared to her, right here, tight to the pillar on which she was scourged. Later, the power of the Holy Spirit took hold of her so strongly that her body shook and she began to levitate. And then, there was the most baffling phenomenon of all, a transverberation of the heart, in which she felt she’d been speared through the heart by an angel and infused with the Holy Spirit.

Teresa had such an intense relationship with God she actually felt it within her body. She died in 1582 and was canonized 40 years later. But after her death, the question was, how to tell her story?

The answer was art. Teresa had become a fork hero, an inspiration to thousands and her image appeared in countless paintings by artists including Flemish master, Peter Paul Rubens and the Spaniard, Claudio Coello.

But paintings weren’t enough for Saint Teresa’s followers. They would demand something far more graphic. This is the convent to the Albert *, where Teresa died and her final resting place. Above the alter is a gold-trimmed casket designed to receive her body, but the casket was incomplete.
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[Homework]2013-01-07 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-10

When Saint Teresa first entered the convent, she was appalled by other sisters' lack of piety. So to make a point, she staged her own personal reenactment of Christ being dragged to his crucifixion. She got on all force. She had herself saddled up with a mule pack full of stones, and she got one of other sisters to lead her around the convent on a halter.

These are the rooms where Teresa experienced her visions. She claimed Christ appeared to her, right here, tight to the pillar on which she was scourged. Later, the power of the Holy Spirit took hold of her so strongly that her body shook and she began to levitate. Then, there was the most baffling phenomenon of all, a trans-vibration of the heart, in which she felt she's been speared through the heart by an angel and infused with the Holy Spirit.


Teresa has such an intense relationship with God. She actually felt it within her own body. She died in 1582 and was canonized 40 years later. But after her death, the question was how to tell her story. The answer was art. Teresa became a folk hero, an inspiration to thousands. And her image appeared in countless paintings by artists, including Flemish master, Peter Paul Reubens, and Spaniard, Claudio Colonia.


But paintings weren't enough for Saint Teresa's followers. They would demand something far more graphic. This is the convent of Albert Thomas, where Teresa died and her final resting place. Above the altar is a gold trimmed casket designed to receive her body, but the casket is incomplete.  



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When Saint Teresa first entered the convent, she was appalled by the other sisters' lack of piety. So to make a point, she staged her own personal re-enactment of Christ being dragged to his crucifixion. She got on all fours. She had herself saddled up with a mule pack full of stones, and she got one of the other sisters to lead her around the convent on a halter.

These are the rooms where Teresa experienced her visions. She claimed
that Christ appeared to her, right here, tied to the pillar on which she was scourged. Later, the power of the Holy Spirit took hold of her so strongly that her body shook and she began to levitate. And then, there was the most baffling phenomenon of all, a transverberation of the heart, in which she felt she'd
been speared through the heart by an angel and infused with the Holy Spirit.


Teresa has such an intense relationship with God
, she actually felt it within her own body. She died in 1582 and was canonized 40 years later. But after her death, the question was how to tell her story. The answer was art. Teresa had become a folk hero, an inspiration to thousands. And her image appeared in countless paintings by artists, including Flemish master, Peter Paul Rubens, and the Spaniard, Claudio Coello.



But paintings weren't enough for Saint Teresa's followers. They would demand something far more graphic. This is the convent of
Alba de Tormes, where Teresa died and her final resting place. Above the altar is a gold-trimmed casket designed to receive her body, but the casket is incomplete
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