Art, People, Feelings (1971)


The relationship between human emotions and the art created is illustrated by a selection of artistic works which span all periods of history and a variety of subjects. Shows ways in which artists use many materials and methods to translate their personal feelings into visual forms: murals, landscapes, portraits, posters, billboards, abstract paintings, cartoons, pop art, sculpture and motion pictures. 

Director: Paul Burnford.


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