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I just caught the first episode of this PBS show on art history. It focuses not so much the who and when as the why. Not much new information for those who have any background (and slightly aggravating at times therefore), but still it's good to see this sort of thing being produced. Probably a good thing to watch with friends/family who have no idea what we're doing.
Check your local listings.
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Not everyone agrees :
I haven't seen it yet but all this publicity worked and piked my interest.
well just like i wouldn't go to Brian Sewell for bradgelina news, i wouldn't go to (hollywood reporter) for anything remotely art related.Originally Posted by egerieNot everyone agrees :
Just saw it. I already came to that conclusion, not too long ago. It's part of why I am so disappointed with the move towards realism in videogames. Realism is boring. I'd rather see something that doesn't exist, or hasn't been done. That's why I love concept art.