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MITC VC 1009 D
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TITLE: The impressionists IV [videorecording] : the other French revolution / A presentation of History Television Productions and Cobblestone Films in association with A&E Television Networks.
PUBLISHED: NY : A&E Television Networks, 2001.
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette (50 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: Original copy.
NOTES: Produced, written and directed by Bruce Alfred; narrated by Edward Herrmann, senior producer Alson Guss, Executive producer Susan E. Leventhal; Executive producer for A&E Carolanne Dolan.
NOTES: The success that had long eluded the Impressionists finally arrived in 1886, but they had to cross the Atlantic to find it. That year, Durand-Ruel, the dealer who had championed them since opening his gallery in 1871, arranged for a showing of their work in New York City. It proved to be the breakthrouh they had long sought. Just a few years, their painting were finally selling in France, and they were at last able to enjoy the rewards of their long labors. The conclusion of THE IMPRESSIONISTS showcases some of their most famous late works, including Moner's epic water lily paintings, and reflects on the legacy of the movement that shook the art world to its foundations.
NOTES: English.
ADDED ENTRY: Alfred, Bruce.
ADDED ENTRY: Herrmann, Edward.
ADDED ENTRY: Guss, Alson.
ADDED ENTRY: Leventhal, Susan E.
ADDED ENTRY: History Television Production.
ADDED ENTRY: Cobblestone Films.
ADDED ENTRY: A&E Television Networks.

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