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Art historian, collector, museum director and broadcaster, Kenneth Clark was one of the leading cultural figures in Britain in the midtwentieth century. Accompanying a major exhibition, this book considers all aspects of his life and work, including his television career that climaxed in the landmark series "Civilisation". Particular emphasis is placed on Clark"s support of, and influence upon, the art of his time. As director of the National Gallery he oversaw the relocation of the collection during the Second World War. He chaired the pioneering War Artists Advisory Committee, and persauded the government not to conscript artists - Henry Moore was one such artist who greatly benefited from Clark"s support. After the war he resigned his directorship to concentrate on writing, in 1954 was co-founder of the broadcasting company that was to become ITV, and chaired the Arts Council from 1955 to 1960. A passionate advocate of art being made accessible to all, in 1969 Clark wrote and presented "Civilisation" for the BBC, distilling the history of Western philosophy, culture and art into thirteen groundbreaking episodes. After a period of neglect, there is now considerable interest in Clark among academics, publishers and broadcasters. As well as providing new research and information on Clark, the book is a significant intervention into histories of modern British art.
|Statement||[edited by] Chris Stephens and John-Paul Stonard ; with David Alan Mellor, Peter T.J. Rumley and John Wyver|
|Contributions||Tate Britain (Gallery)|
|LC Classifications||N7483.C55 K46x 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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Kenneth Bancroft Clark grew up with his mother in Harlem, where his childhood heroes included poet Countee Cullen, who taught at his junior high school, and book collector Arthur Schomburg, who served as a curator at the th Street Branch of the New York Public Library. After attending integrated elementary and junior high schools, Clark. Kenneth Harry Clarke CH QC (born 2 July ) is a British Conservative Party politician who served as Chancellor of the Exchequer from to and Home Secretary from to Clarke was the Member of Parliament for Rushcliffe in Nottinghamshire from to Between and he was the Father of the House of he still remains a member of the Conservative Other political affiliations: Conservative (–).
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As writer and presenter of the part TV series Civilisation he was responsible for the greatest syntheses of art, music, literature and thought ever made a contribution Kenneth Clark book civilisation itself/5. Kenneth Clark's TV series "Civilisation" first arrived on British television, bringing him justly great fame and a lifetime peerage.
This book was derived from that series, and is an excellent presentation of the story of the development of civilization in the Western world, by: Kenneth McKenzie Clark, Baron Clark, OM, CH, KCB, FBA was a British author, museum director, broadcaster, and one of the best-known art historians of his generation.
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Aeschliman. Civilisation—in full, Civilisation: A Personal View by Kenneth Clark—is a television documentary series written and presented by the art historian Kenneth Clark. The thirteen programmes in the series outline the history of Western art, architecture and philosophy since the Dark series was produced by the BBC and aired in onand in later transmissions in Britain Genre: Documentary.
Kenneth B. Clark: Selected full-text books and articles The Negro Student at Integrated Colleges By Kenneth B. Clark; Lawrence Plotkin National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students, Kenneth Clark was an historian of art who wrote and narrated the first color BBC documentary, Civilisation, and produced a lavishly illustrated book along the same lines.
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Kenneth Bancroft Clark, American psychologist (born JPanama Canal Zone—died May 1,Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.), conducted pioneering research into the impact of racial segregation on children. With his wife, Mamie Phipps Clark, he administered the “doll test” to African American schoolchildren in the s and ’50s.
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In team with his wife Mamie Phipps Clark he conducted important research among children and was active in the Civil Rights Movement/5.