Artist Lachlan Goudie visits the Scottish National Gallery to explore the relevance of a much-loved collection to the challenges we face today, in terms of family, community, nature and hope.
Artist Lachlan Goudie visits the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh to revisit a collection he describes as being part of his family. He grew up with the artworks in the gallery and now considers how paintings, which were created more than a hundred years ago, have such relevance to the challenges we are all living through today because of Covid-19, in terms of family, friendship, community, wildlife, nature and hope.
His exploration includes works by Scottish and international artists, culminating in what he describes as one of the greatest set of paintings ever produced in the history of western art.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Executive Producer||Emyr Afan|
|Executive Producer||Sally Dixon|
|Production Company||Avanti Media|