Art, Architecture, and the Role of the StateStreaming Video - 2005
Roman, Gothic, Baroque, and Rococo religious art, along with Christian iconography, are examined as reflections of the religious and political attitudes of the periods in which they were created. This program also examines the role of the Christian Orthodox Church and the schism of 1054 that permanently divided its members. The degrees of reverence accorded to Mary as Christ's mother by Catholics and Protestants are compared.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c1998
Alternative Title: Art, architecture, and the role of the state