Heart in Art is a podcast dedicated to connecting people through their love of the Arts and creativity. Host Dani Van De Broucke (MFA, MEd.) is a U.K based: Writer, Educator and Founder of 'Open to Change Yoga.'
Neoclassicism is the label we use for the period of art history after the Baroque. Spanning the 18th century enlightenment era and into the beginning of the 19th c. Paradigms or broad thought trends always develop in relation to the period before them, and often shift to embrace an opposing aesthetic. In this case, the flowery ornamentation and ostentatiousness of the baroque and the rococo eras, gave way to the embrace of the clean lines and pared back style of classical Greek and Roman antiquity.
Today we will discuss:
-Alexander Pope's translation of Homer's Iliad. 1715-1720. https://www.gutenberg.org/files/6130/6130-h/6130-h.htm
-Sir G. Kneller's portrait of Alexander Pope. 1719https://www.bl.uk/collection-items/portrait-of-alexander-pope-by-sir-godfrey-kneller-1719
-J.Maubert's portrait of John Dryden. 1700.
Continuing on with our art history series, this episode we’ll focus upon the aesthetic of The Baroque, with reference to European classical music. The term ‘Baroque’, coined by 19th century critics, describes the period in western European classical music between 1600 to around 1750. The name derives from the Portuguese barroco, or “oddly shaped pearl.” Join our host, Dani Van De Broucke, as she explores the lives and works of Domenico Scarlatti, Antonio Vivaldi and Johann Sebastian Bach.
Part of Series 3: Artistic Movements for Beginners. Join our host Dani Van De Broucke, as she explores the Renaissance paradigm through the exploration of three famous art pieces of the time:
The Sistine Madonna [the Madonna di San Sisto ] by Raphael [Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino. (1513-1514) https://www.italymagazine.com/news/raphaels-iconic-painting-sistine-madonna
The Arnolfini Portrait by Jan Van Eyk (1534) https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/jan-van-eyck-the-arnolfini-portrait
David by Michelangelo [Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni] (1501-1504) https://www.florence-museum.com/michelangelo-david.php
A fitting theme for the start of a new year, and a time where all our old world systems and paradigms seem to be shifting and crumbling around us. On a positive note, new ideas flourish in times of change, just as they did during the Renaissance!
Christmas Special 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens
Get your Christmas treats out, light the fire and get cosy. Join our host Dani Van De Broucke for a yuletide Victorian classic story, A Christmas Carol, by English author, Charles Dickens.
This episode starts our new exciting new season, which is a beginners crash course in major artistic styles and movements across the centuries. This episode has a spooky vibe, and focuses upon Gothic Literature in particular, which spans a vast time period from the Middles ages (13th century) up to the 19th Century. Join our host, Dani Van De Broucke, as she shares excerpts from seminal Gothic works and discusses some of the conventions of the Gothic.
2020: What is it like to be a travel writer?
2020: In a year that's turned travel upon its' head, what is it like to be a travel writer? Meghan O'Dea has been writing for the past decade about everything from tech to travel to cultivating resilience. Most recently, she joined Lonely Planet at a digital editor, where she frequently writes and commissions stories on getting back to nature, and how to make the outdoors more accessible and intersectional. Join our host, Dani Van De Broucke, as she asks what qualities make good travel writing, and its' defining characteristics in 2020.
Perfect title - can feel the heart in art.
Beautiful insights into different arts and very thought provoking. Also very calming to listen to, so a Super relaxing listen.
A very interesting and thought provoking podcast! Loved it!