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Art de la nuit

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Broadcaster:  BBC

Painting at night is difficult and problematic, so why have so many great artists taken on the challenge?

 

Renowned art critic and presenter Waldemar Januszczak travels across the globe on a fascinating visual journey exploring art’s edgy relationship with the night, celebrating the nocturnal art of Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Velazquez, Hopper, Magritte and Monet.

 

From the dramatic stories behind Hopper's iconic Nighthawks and Van Gogh's intruiging Starry Night to the truth behind Monet's genre-defining Impression Sunrise, Januszczak leaves no stone unturned as he tries to discover why the dark adds so much extra drama and mystery to art throughout the ages.

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