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Posted by saffiewalks (U11222674) on Thursday, 18th July 2013
I thought this was an intelligent, informative and well made programme. Presenter Helen Rosslyn and the experts all knew their stuff and put it across well. Very much looking forward to the next two episodes.
Posted by Peta (U24) on Thursday, 18th July 2013
Art historian Helen Rosslyn traces the stories of the people whose enthusiasm for art, sense of adventure and wealth built Britain's national collection and shaped the history of art of the nation.
1/3 A look at the influence of the 17th-century pioneer collectors such as Thomas Howard.
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