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john singer

The Great Ones

4y ago


Brought to you by "Here's to the great ones, the classics, the awe-inspiring, and the old masters. The ones that fought for truth and beauty. The ones who take us on a journey, raise our spirits, engage our senses and speak to our souls . They saw beauty in the world around them, and stories to be told. They sought enlightenment, and strove for excellence... never ceasing in their quest for a human connection. You can exalt them or criticize them, celebrate or scorn them. But you can't underestimate them. Because they mattered. They left a magnificent fingerprint on the world, and changed the course of history. Though some may call them academic... We treasure their knowledge and dedication, their hard work, skill and training. Because they felt a honor the perfect balance and profound harmony of creation. They captured the delicate dance of the human condition -- with such undeniable skill -- that the creations of their artistry still inspire the world today. Thanks to the supporters, the sponsors, the promoters and the patrons. The champions of great art. The ones that made things possible, and influenced the legacy of human expression. They saw nobility in their gracious contributions, and honor in their vital pursuit. They wanted color, light and emotion to fill their lives... They saw brilliance and wanted to be a part of it. So you can enjoy it, you can admire it, you can collect it or invest in it... but you cannot deny great art. And though some may try to distort or degrade it... we embrace it. Because great art is something truly significant... it enriches lives and captures beauty. And the ones who helped change the world, by making great art a part of it... Well, they are truly significant too." AS SEEN IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Siesta - John Singer Sargent David - Michelangelo The Old Boat - Frederic Edwin Church Perseus - Benvenuto Cellini Yvonne - William Adolphe Bouguereau Apollo with Nymphs - Francois Girardon L'Amour et Psyche Enfants (Cupid and Psyche as Children) - William Adolphe Bouguereau Woodland Brook - William Bliss Baker Pieta (Pity) - Michelangelo Water Baja - Anders Zorn Girl with a Pearl Earring - Johannes Vermeer The Rape of Proserpina (The Kidnapping of Proserpina) - Gian Lorenzo Bernini The Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel - Michelangelo Mona Lisa - Leonardo da Vinci Beata Ludovica Albertoni (Blessed Ludovica Albertoni) - Gian Lorenzo Bernini Dido Building Carthage - J. M. W. Turner Child with Flowers - William Adolphe Bouguereau Abraham Lincoln (Lincoln Memorial) - Daniel Chester French Fallen Monarchs - William Bliss Baker Woman Dressing - Anders Zorn Ugolino and His Sons - Jean Baptiste Carpeaux Home by the Lake - Frederic Edwin Church Madame X - John Singer Sargent Fountain of the Four Rivers - Gian Lorenzo Bernini L'oiseau Cheri (Dear Bird) - William Adolphe Bouguereau Ecstasy of St. Theresa - Gian Lorenzo Bernini Without Bounds - Steven L. Knight The Kiss - Laurel Knight Voice in the Wind (The Collection) - Steven L. Knight No Barriers - Laurel Knight Quiet Moment - Steven L. Knight Life's a Dance - Steven L. Knight Late Summer Pasture - Laurel Knight Torsos - Steven L. Knight Twist of Fate - Laurel Knight Created and Narrated by Tawnya Knight Copyright 2012 Original Music "You Bring Us Joy", Standard Licensing by