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Added by blam1 (174)
Cover by lotus07 (3)

Added on: 14/12/2013
Latest update: 20/11/2018
User updates processed: 2

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Profiles in American Art: Eric Sloane (1981) [---]

Country  USA  
Released  ???
Publisher  ???
Price  ???

UPC  ???
Category  Documentary

Color  Color
Length  29 min.
Side  1
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  DiscoVision (MCA)

 

   

 Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
07-818-A1-15

 Additional Information by lotus07 (3)   13/02/2014 

Produced by Ken Meyer Productions.

Frame Index:

    Sloane
  • 707-4940 Sloane explains the purpose of his art
  • 4972-12699 Sloane reproduces moods of the spirit of Early America
  • 12700-17039 Sloane's preoccupation with the sky and how it came to be
  • 17050-19470 Sloane's collection of Early Americana and his books on the subject
  • 19480-21720 "Eric Sloane Day" in Sugarloaf, New York
  • 21500-22960 Sloane's view of the role of the artist
  • 23000-29200 Sloane Stanley Museum of Early American artifacts
  • 29225-32872 Barn sequence
  • 12925-36000 Sky paintings
  • 36100-40300 Taos, New Mexico
  • 40215-51117 Sloane paints, discussing his method
  • 51118 Credits
    Paintings
  • 6600-7102 Village with steeple
  • 9370 Kansas field with clouds
  • 9555 New England farm
  • 9700 Covered bridge
  • 9766-10008 Hanging sickle
  • 10010-10434 Barn interior
  • 10500 Haying
  • 10532-11002 Haying at dusk
  • 11005-11374 Slant of light on barn
  • 11420-11640 "Harvest Moon"
  • 11680 Geese across sky
  • 11870 Wood barn in snow
  • 11890-12135 Stone barn in snow
  • 12140-12705 Winter farmstead
  • 12709-13069 Airplane in sky
  • 13072-13369 Thunderstorm
  • 19176-19472 Blue house in snow
  • 32400- Barn
  • 32450 Spring house
  • 32655 Deserted barn
  • 32696-32872 Deserted barn in snow
  • 32876-33140 Clouds
  • 33143-33397 Distant rainstorm
  • 34301-35520 Air and Space Museum Mural in Washington, D.C
  • 35548-35837 Canyon rainbow
  • 35900-35938 Moon over canyon
  • 15980 "Diamonds in the Sky"
  • 36460-36648 Pueblo with kiva
  • 36650-36948 Sunlit Pueblo village
  • 36950-37595 Kiva with storm clouds
  • 37599-37917 New Mexico cemetary
  • 37920-38000 "Taos Morada"
  • 38050-38147 "Rancho de Taos Church"
  • 49580-50238 Slant of light on barn

 Additional Information by blam1 (174)   20/11/2018 

Each of the 12 titles in this collection were originally issued in "Collectors Editions" box sets. Box included the disc, with a hand signed label and unique number, disc jacket with gold leaf printing and color coordinated with a hardbound book which is also hand signed by the artist with a matching number. Each of these sets was limited to 100 units.

The images here are of a generic white jacket with black printing. The disc labels have the artist name written in black ink (not signed by the artist) and have a number of "X". It is unknown how many of each title in this format were issued.

The programs were made for PBS between 1980 and 1982.

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