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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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And in even the simplest of subjects, Juan Sanchez Cotan's beautiful painting of vegetables, the carrots are rotten and black. But before imperial Spain vanished into darkness, there would be one extraordinary final act. And it would be played out in the capital, Madrid.



The old order was changing. In 1598 Philip II died. His son Philip III squandered his power, delegating authority to his courtiers. His grandson, Philip IV, would be the king to lead the empire into its final moments. Philip IV spared no expense in turning this city into one of the most glittering capitals of all Europe. He filled Madrid with lavish palaces and monuments to his own glory, but all was not well.





While Philip was busy rebuilding, his empire was falling apart. Religious wars had emptied the nation's coffers. The gold rush of the new world had dried up. The economy was on its knees. The great Spanish galleon was running aground, while the captain twiddled his thumbs.





The beliefs that had sustained Spain for a century were starting to crumble. And one artist would reveal the truth beneath, Diego de Velazquez.





And it was on streets like these that he found his inspiration. For centuries, the art of Spain had been overwhelmingly religious. But he turned away from that to paint real life. He painted ordinary working people in simple settings. In taverns and kitchens, he captured moments of humanity with immense wisdom and sympathy.

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And in even the simplest of subjects, Juan Sanchez Cotan’s beautiful painting of vegetables, the carrots are rotten and black. But before imperial Spain vanished into darkness, there would be one extraordinary final act, and it would be played out in the capital, Madrid.

The old order was changing. In 1598, Philip II died. His son, Philip III, squandered his power, delegating authority to his courtiers. His grandson, Philip IV would be the king to lead the empire into his final moments.

Philip IV spared no expense in turning the city into one of the most glittering capitals of all Europe. He filled Madrid with lavish palaces and monuments to his own glory, but all was not well.

While Philip was busy rebuilding, his empire was falling apart. Religious wars had emptied the nation’s coffers. The gold rush of the new world had dried up. The economy was on its knees. The great Spanish g* was running aground, while the captain twiddled his thumbs.
The beliefs that had sustained Spain for a century were starting to crumble and one artist would reveal the truth beneath—Diego de Velasquez.

But it was on streets like these that he found his inspiration. For centuries, the art of Spain had been overwhelmingly religious, but he turned away from that to paint real life. He painted ordinary working people in simple settings. In taverns and kitchens, he captured moments of humanity with immense wisdom and sympathy.
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[Homework]2013-02-04 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-22

And even the simplest subjects, Juan Sanchez Cotan's beautiful painting of vegetables, the carrots are rotten and black. But before imperial Spain vanished into darkness, they would be one extraordinary final act. And it would be played out in the capital, Madrid.

The old order was changing. In 1598 Philip II died. His son Philip III squandered his power, delegating authority to his courtiers. His grandson, Philip IV, would be the king to lead the empire into its final moments. Philip IV spared no expense in turning this city into one of the most glittering capitals of all Europe. He filled Madrid with lavish palaces and monuments to his own glory, but all was not well.


When Philip was busy rebuilding, his empire was falling apart. Religious wars had emptied the nation's coffers. The gold rush to the new world had dried up. The economy was on its knees. The great Spanish galilean was running aground, while the captain twiddled his thumbs.


The beliefs that had sustained Spain for a century were starting to crumble. And one artist would reveal the truth beneath, Diego de Velazquez.


And it was on streets like these that he found his inspiration. For centuries, the art of Spain had been overwhelmingly religious. But he turned away from that to paint real life. He painted ordinary working people in simple settings. In taverns and kitchens, he captured moments of humanity with immerse wisdom and sympathy.









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[Homework]2013-02-04 黑暗的心 The Dark Heart-22

And even the simplest subjects, Juan Sanchez Cotan's beautiful painting of vegetables, the carrots are rotten and black. But before imperial Spain vanished into darkness, there will be one extraordinary final act. It will be played out in the capital, Madrid. The old order was changing. In 1598, Philip II died. His son, Philip III squandered his power, delegating authority to his courtiers. His grandson, Philip IV, will be the king to lead the empire into its final moments. Philip IV spared no expense, turning this city into one the most glittering capitals of all Europe. He filled Madrid with lavish palaces and monuments to his own glory, but all was not well.
While Philip was busy with rebuilding, his empire was falling apart. Religious wars had emptied the nation's coffers. The gold rush to the new world dried up. The economy was on its knees. The great Spanish galilean was running aground. While the captain twiddled his thumbs.
The belief that sustains Spain for a century was starting to crumble. And one artist would reveal the truth beneath, Diego De Velazquez.
But it was on streets like these that he found his inspiration. For century the artist of Spain had been overwhelmingly religious. But he turned away from that to paint real life. He painted ordinary working people in simple settings. In taverns and kitchens he captured the moments of humanity, with immense wisdom and sympathy.  

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And even the simplest subjects,Juan Sanchez Cotan's beautiful paintings of vegetables,the carrots are rotten and black.But before imperial Spain vanished into darkness,there will be one extrordinary final act.It will be played out in the capital,Madrid.
The old order was chaning,in 1598,Philip II died.His son Philip III squardered his power,delegating authority to his courties.His grandson Philip IV would be the king to lead the empire into its final moments.
Philip IV spent no expense in turning  the city into one of those glittering capitals of all Europe.He filled Madrid with lavish palaces and monuments to his own glory.But all was not well.
When Philip IV was busy rebuilding,his empire was falling apart.Religious wars had emptied the nation's coffers.The gold rush of the new world had dried up,the economy was on its knees.The great Spanish galilean was running at ground,while the captain twiddled his thumbs.
The belif that had sustained Spain for a century was starting to crumble.And one artist would reveal the truth beneath,Diego de Velazquez.
But it was on straights like these that he found his inspiration.For centuries the art of Spain have been overwhelmingly religious,but he turned the way from that paint real life.He painted the ordinary working people and simple settings.In taverns and kitchens,he captures moments of humanity with immerse wisdom and sympathy.
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  And even the simplest of subjects, ****’s beautiful paintings of vegetables, the carrots, a rosom and black. But before imperial Spain vanished into darkness, there would be one extraordinary final act. It would be played out in the capital—Madrid.
  The old order was changing. In 1598, Philip II died. His son, Philip III squandered his power delegating authority to his courtiers. His grandson, Philip IV would be the king to lead the emperor into its final moments.
  Philip IV spared no expense in turning this city into one of the most glittering capitals of all Europe. He filled Madrid with lavish palaces ---a monument to his own glory. But all was not well.
When Philip was busy rebuilding, his emperor was falling apart. Religious wars had emptied the nation’s coffers. The gold rush in the new world has dried up. The economy was on its knees. The great Spanish ** was running aground. But the captain twiddled his thumbs.
   The beliefs that sustain Spain for centuries were starting to crumble. One artist revealed the truth beneath ***.
   But it was on the streets that he found inspiration. For centuries, the art of Spain has been overwhelmingly religious. But he turned a way of that—painting the real life. He painted ordinary working people sympathetically. In taverns and kitchens, he captured moments of humanity with immense wisdom and sympathy.
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And in even the simplest of subjects, Juan Sanchez Cotan's beautiful painting of vegetables, the carrots are rotten and black. But before imperial Spain vanished into darkness, there would be one extraordinary final act. And it would be played out in the capital, Madrid.

The old order was changing. In 1598 Philip II died. His son Philip III squandered his power, delegating authority to his courtiers. His grandson, Philip IV, would be the king to lead the empire into its final moments. Philip IV spared no expense in turning this city into one of the most glittering capitals of all Europe. He filled Madrid with lavish palaces and monuments to his own glory, but all was not well.


While Philip was busy rebuilding, his empire was falling apart. Religious wars had emptied the nation's coffers. The gold rush of the new world had dried up. The economy was on its knees. The great Spanish galleon
was running aground, while the captain twiddled his thumbs.


The beliefs that had sustained Spain for a century were starting to crumble. And one artist would reveal the truth beneath, Diego de Velazquez.


And it was on streets like these that he found his inspiration. For centuries, the art of Spain had been overwhelmingly religious. But he turned away from that to paint real life. He painted ordinary working people in simple settings. In taverns and kitchens, he captured moments of humanity with
immense wisdom and sympathy.
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