In the final programme, Andrew Graham-Dixon traces the development of modern art in Britain.
Series tracing British art from 1066 to the modern day. Andrew Graham-Dixon revisits the Middle Ages to see the treasures that survived the Reformation. Show more
Series tracing British art from 1066 to the modern day. Andrew Graham-Dixon explores art depicting the world of the 18th-century British aristocrat. Show more
Andrew Graham-Dixon describes the fight between the northern realism of Hans Holbein and the lush fantasy of Anthony Van Dyck. The majesty of Sir Christopher Wren's St Paul's is among the highlights. Show more
Andrew Graham-Dixon visits the Norfolk and Essex landscapes of the paintings of Turner and Constable. He also looks into the worlds of William Blake and Henry Fuseli.
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the deeply ambivalent attitude of 19th century artists to scientific, technological and social changes in Britain. Show more