57:10 The Blaschkas from the Lampworker’s Perspective Corning Museum of Glass Eric Goldschmidt, Properties of Glass Supervisor at The Corning Museum of Glass and artist Wesley Fleming pair up to explore the lampworking techniques of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in this lecture and demonstration. Eric and Wes create glass sea creatures, both duplicating some of..
53:44 How Leonardo da Vinci Changed the World People Who Changed the World Leonardo da Vinci, the famous Italian artist and polymath who lived during the high renaissance changed the world in a huge way. He is best known for his painting the Mona Lisa, which is the most famous piece of art in the..
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3:09 Rotten Apples Return to Harvard’s Glass Flowers exhibition
6:16 Harvard restores its famed Glass Flowers; see also – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHOx5H5vNx4 – The Story of Rudolf and Leopold Blaschka see also – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-eqQkd1zrw – Visit the Glass Flowers Collection see also – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZZffuyUIKQ – Glass Flowers Museum at Harvard 2007, Slide Show
This is a Robbery – Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s pieces. four-part Netflix docuseries directed by Colin Barnicle.. The $500 million Boston MA haul included works by Rembrandt, Johannes Vermeer, Edgar Degas and Édouard Manet, many of which were violently cut from their frames.
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37:54 The Richard Burton Interview on Parkinson (COMPLETE) The World of Burton Published on Jan 21, 2013 Michael Parkinson looks back at his unique interview with talented and troubled film star Richard Burton. Back in 1974, Burton was battling against alcoholism and had spent six weeks in hospital for treatment prior to the interview. Parkinson..