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Art of the Western World DVD
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Historian Michael Wood's tribute to 2,500 years of Western art took four years to produce, and and visited 150 locations in 8 countries, from Arizona desert to European cathedrals. Along the way, Wood stops for close-up views of masterpieces and memorable architecture, listens to thoughtful commentary by scholars, and leads viewers on a rare tour of man's genius and spirit. "Illuminating," says the New York Times.
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5.0

Learn and Understand

By Santa

from Fort Smith ARK

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Comments about PBS Art of the Western World DVD:

There is more than visual beauty to ART. Look and understand and then enjoy. This guide shows you how
There is so much to learn so I highly recommend ART of the WESTERN WORLD.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

GREAT ART ANALYSIS

By EGW

from OAK PARK,IL

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Comments about PBS Art of the Western World DVD:

MICHAEL WOOD HAS DONE IT AGAIN. THIS HAS BEEN TURNED INTO A COURSE WITH WORKBOOKS. IT IS THE BEST AVAILABLE!

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It is a perfect gift for Art lovers.

By Evi

from MA.

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Comments about PBS Art of the Western World DVD:

I gave this to my husband brother as a gift and he loved it!

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Recomend for in class use.

By Mrs. B.

from Tannersville, PA

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Comments about PBS Art of the Western World DVD:

Enhances the learning experience for the non art major.

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