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Added by zackspaw (12)
Cover by margrave

Added on: 21/02/2003
Latest update: 17/04/2018
User updates processed: 2

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Masterpieces of Italian Art #1: Greek to Gothic (1991) [155625070]

Country  USA  
Released  18/06/1992
Publisher  VPI/AC Video
Price  99.95 USD

UPC  026952070366UPC=026952070366ISBN=1556250703
I-S-B-N  1556250703
Category  Educational

Color  Color
Length  55 min.
Sides  2
Chapter(s)  ???
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  DADC USA



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 Additional Information by zackspaw (12)   27/02/2009 

Includes an 8-page booklet listing the chapter index for 1,509 still photos comprised of 434 works of art enhanced by 1,075 detail shots.

The Film travels throughout Italy, visiting Sicily, Rome, Florence, Siena, Ravenna and elsewhere at length to the early treasures of Italian art. Subjects range from Paleolithic cave art, to the early Greek temples in Sicily, to the mysterious Etruscan tombs, to the towering Gothic Cathedral in Milan.