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The Treasures of Hermitage (DVD NTSC)

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Studio(s): Ruscico
DVD Region: ALL
2 DVD Set
Theatrical release: 1995
DVD release: 2002
Language(s): Russian, English (voice over)
Subtitles: French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, English, German, Russian
Format: 16:9
Genre(s): Documentary, Museum, art & architecture

Collection: Museums of the World

Six films representing the masterpieces of Hermitage. This museum boasts an enormous collection of paintings and sculptures which in terms of variety and breadth proves to be one of the best in the world. The exciting stories of "The Treasures of Hermitage" film series cover the history of Hermitage, the lives of great artists whose paintings adorn the luxurious Hermitage halls and their works.

Director: Vladimir Venediktov
Script: Vladimir Venediktov, Natalia Zakharova

DISC 1
NADIR"S GIFT
1. Oriental collection
2. Gold of nomads
3. Chinese masterpieces
4. Riches of moguls
5. Arms

AGE OF CHIVALRY. OLD MASTERS
17TH AND 18TH-CENTURY FRENCH PAINTING
1. New subjects
2. Lorrain, Poussin and Watteau
3. Lancret and Boucher
4. Chardin, Fragonard and sculpture

IMPRESSIONS
19TH AND 20TH-CENTURY FRENCH PAINTING
1. Monet, Renoir and Sisley
2. Pissarro, Degas and Rodin
3. Cezanne and Van Gogh
4. Gauguin and Matisse
5. Derain and Picasso

DISC 2
AGE OF THE RENAISSANCE
ITALIAN ART
1. Caravaggio, Fetti and Giordano
2. Rosa, Magnasco and Crespi
3. Settesento
4. Siena and Florence
5. High Quattrocento

WORLD OF THE NETHERLANDS
1. Holland, 17th century
2. Lesser Dutch painters
3. Frans Hals
4. Rembrandt van Rijn

GOLDEN AGE OF FLANDERS
1. Peter Paul Rubens
2. Triumphs of Rubens
3. Versatile talent
4. Van Dyck and Jordaens

Director:
Vladimir Venediktov