One of a ten-part series on themes in Western art. This program traces the evolution of the landscape in art, from it's function as a stylized setting to it's employment as a realistic part of a scene, and the technical challenges of depicting a landscape's constituent parts.
Co-produced by Le Musée du Louvre ... [et al.].
Narrator, Sharon Mann.
Series devised by Alain Bergala ; series producer, Dominique Gibrail ; photography, Jean-Christophe Leforestier ; editing, Vincent Levy ; music, Pascal Comelade.
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