When the violent journalist Jean-Paul Marat is stabbed in his bath in July 1793, Jacques-Louis David - painter for the Revolution - promises to make an image of the martyr, for France and for the world.
Dedicated to the history of art Hector Obalk, through the lens of his camera, scrutinizes various works of the major names and moments in the history of art - concentrating on the pictures' details.
Auguste Rodin delighted the world with sculptures such as The Thinker and The Kiss in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Here, modern-day sculptors reveal his surviving legacy.
Gian Lorenzo Bernini, boy wonder, then adult prodigy - sculptor, architect, composer, as well as a dashing cavalier, and the personal friend of Pope Urban VIII.
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