The Hero as an artist; Protest and communication

United Kingdom, 1969

TV show
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Episode numbers 5 and 6 of Series “Civilisation”.
Part 5. Michelangelo, Raphael and Leonardo da Vinci are featured in this program which centres on Papal Rome in the early 16th century. Sir Kenneth Clarke’s theme takes him through the gardens and courtyards of the Vatican to the rooms decorated for the Pope by Raphael and to the Sistine Chapel. Part 6. The theme of protest and communication leads Sir Kenneth to the Reformation, the Germany of Albrecht Durer and Martin Luther, to Erasmus, the France of Montaigne and to the Elizabethan England of Shakespeare.

Credits

director

Peter Montagnon

co-producer

Peter Montagnon

Michael Gill

production company

BBC

Language

English

Duration

01:40:00:00

Colour

Colour

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