Great Artists with Tim Marlow

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  • 2001
  • 2 Seasons
  • 8.1  (57)

Tim Marlow takes a fresh look at the most important artworks of some of the greatest artists in history. Shot on location in over 50 galleries, museums, churches and palaces throughout Europe and the United States, this series is a comprehensive survey of the history of Western art.

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Schiele
12. Schiele
July 25, 2003
Egon Schiele has become one of the most celebrated artists of the last hundred years. He was a controversial figure in his own short lifetime who was jailed on an obscenity charge.
Schiele
12. Schiele
July 25, 2003
Egon Schiele has become one of the most celebrated artists of the last hundred years. He was a controversial figure in his own short lifetime who was jailed on an obscenity charge.
Cassatt
11. Cassatt
July 25, 2003
Mary Cassatt is one of only a handful of women artists up to the beginning of the twentieth century who have managed to forge a reputation in the male dominated story of art history.
Cassatt
11. Cassatt
July 25, 2003
Mary Cassatt is one of only a handful of women artists up to the beginning of the twentieth century who have managed to forge a reputation in the male dominated story of art history.
Rodin
10. Rodin
July 25, 2003
Auguste Rodin redefined the idea of sculpture in European Art liberating it from the constraints of classicism and created three dimensional forms which pulsated with life and energy.
Rodin
10. Rodin
July 25, 2003
Auguste Rodin redefined the idea of sculpture in European Art liberating it from the constraints of classicism and created three dimensional forms which pulsated with life and energy.
Whistler
9. Whistler
July 25, 2003
Whistler was the first great international American artist, hugely well travelled, a painter and printmaker who bridged the gap between Impressionist Paris and symbolist London.
Whistler
9. Whistler
July 25, 2003
Whistler was the first great international American artist, hugely well travelled, a painter and printmaker who bridged the gap between Impressionist Paris and symbolist London.
Delacroix
8. Delacroix
July 25, 2003
Delacroix is France's greatest romantic painter - an artist who challenged to rigid classicism of the previous generation, injecting a degree of fluidity and unpredictability to his art.
Delacroix
8. Delacroix
July 25, 2003
Delacroix is France's greatest romantic painter - an artist who challenged to rigid classicism of the previous generation, injecting a degree of fluidity and unpredictability to his art.
Constable
7. Constable
July 25, 2003
There have been few more powerful painters of landscape than John Constable. He brought a scale, ambition and impact to a subject long considered amongst the lowest forms of art.
Constable
7. Constable
July 25, 2003
There have been few more powerful painters of landscape than John Constable. He brought a scale, ambition and impact to a subject long considered amongst the lowest forms of art.
David
6. David
July 25, 2003
David was a revolutionary artist in every sense. He was also fully committed supporter of the French Revolution and Napoleon using his art as a powerful instrument of political propaganda.
David
6. David
July 25, 2003
David was a revolutionary artist in every sense. He was also fully committed supporter of the French Revolution and Napoleon using his art as a powerful instrument of political propaganda.
Goya
5. Goya
July 25, 2003
Goya has often been described as the last of the great old masters and the first of the new. He painted sublime portraits of the Spanish royal court and celebratory pictures of the good life in Spain.
Goya
5. Goya
July 25, 2003
Goya has often been described as the last of the great old masters and the first of the new. He painted sublime portraits of the Spanish royal court and celebratory pictures of the good life in Spain.
Stubbs
4. Stubbs
July 25, 2003
George Stubbs is the greatest painter of horses who ever lived, but so much more than that - a man who literally dissected his subject before he felt able to paint it.
Stubbs
4. Stubbs
July 25, 2003
George Stubbs is the greatest painter of horses who ever lived, but so much more than that - a man who literally dissected his subject before he felt able to paint it.
Caravaggio
3. Caravaggio
July 25, 2003
Caravaggio lived a brief and tumultuous life, mocking authority and even murdering a man; but he always painted, bringing religious art to life in paintings so powerful and naturalistic that some saw them as miracles in themselves.
Caravaggio
3. Caravaggio
July 25, 2003
Caravaggio lived a brief and tumultuous life, mocking authority and even murdering a man; but he always painted, bringing religious art to life in paintings so powerful and naturalistic that some saw them as miracles in themselves.
Holbein
2. Holbein
July 25, 2003
Holbein made the human individual seem more real and more exposed than any other artists before him and is the father of a tradition of portraiture which continues to this day.
Holbein
2. Holbein
July 25, 2003
Holbein made the human individual seem more real and more exposed than any other artists before him and is the father of a tradition of portraiture which continues to this day.
Piero Della Francesca
1. Piero Della Francesca
July 25, 2003
The first episode looks at the life and work of the 15th century Italian artist Piero della Francesca. With only 26 surviving works Piero has been seen as one of the mystery men of western art.
Piero Della Francesca
1. Piero Della Francesca
July 25, 2003
The first episode looks at the life and work of the 15th century Italian artist Piero della Francesca. With only 26 surviving works Piero has been seen as one of the mystery men of western art.
Description

Tim Marlow takes a fresh look at the most important artworks of some of the greatest artists in history. Shot on location in over 50 galleries, museums, churches and palaces throughout Europe and the United States, this series is a comprehensive survey of the history of Western art.

Great Artists with Tim Marlow is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (37 episodes). The series first aired on July 1, 2001.

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Great Artists with Tim Marlow is available for streaming on the MagellanTV; Magellan TV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Great Artists with Tim Marlow on demand at Amazon Prime.

  • Premiere Date
    July 1, 2001
  • IMDB Rating
    8.1  (57)