BBC – Travels with Vasari – part one; Posted on October 26, 2018 Andrew art BBC chicago hotels dallas hotels dixon graham History hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels Michelangelo Raphael Pontormo Da Vinci Part private jet renaissance rental property travel travel vlog travels vacation vasari with 21 thoughts on “BBC – Travels with Vasari – part one;” Hi Andrew Graham-Dixon, It is a Beautifully presented documentary. I loved it. Notice the slight movement of the eye pupil during 56:37 – 56:40. I am sure it must be the pixels error but its interesting as it happens when you talk about "sensation of witnessing a private conversation …." ha ha..Reply can watch and listen to andrew dixon 4-ever. (too bad he's married!) keep uploading!Reply thanks BBC, and MR Dixon, such a good insight. I've been in Italy to watch by myself all the grandeur of Italian artist. my favorite as an artist and art teacher for over 25 years is Michelangelo. 2 much talent in just one person its unfair lol.Reply … if you enjoyed this – check out Andrew Graham-Dixon and Chef Giorgio Locatelli's series called Italy Unpacked … brilliant stuff ….Reply this is amazing thank you!Reply Same music as Italy unpacked? Ver y similar.Reply Hands down this guy has never put a foot wrong when making a documentary.Reply Hes disrespecting them quite a bit.Reply Wonderful documentaryReply Love this masterpiece peeping into the history.Reply bellissimo !Reply Please add subtitles in português.Reply the background music is very annoying and distractingReply I disagree regarding Vasari's "story-making." Making up stories works well in a book of fairy-tales and myths, but makes for very poor history.Reply Well, not only Vasari attributed the beginning to Pisano-even in BA History of Art lectures-the pulpit and the campo. Our professor used to tell us to tell Vasari's tales with a pinch of saltReply In the corridor of artists' self-portraits who is the artist with tears in his eyes? Anyone know? 54:36Reply About that Vasari`s book : was reedited his text to present days ?If Shakespeare or others authors was reedited why not Vasari too ?Reply To the stranger, especially for American or English Italy and poetry. For the Italian who lives there and this country corruption, if you take away the art of this place does not remain nothing but unqualified people and ready to rub the next, people should be better with this asset we have and yet in this country there are people like the beasts that think like make money on everything..Reply delightfulReply YO SHOUTOUT TO MA MISTER DAN BOYZReply Thank you for all the beautiful pictures of Italian art and your passionate, fun, lucid way of talking about them.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.