Art from across England that offers a fascinating insight into our pasts.
Artist Anselm Kiefer’s war on forgetting confronts Germany's Nazi past head-on.
How the Māori community turned the tables on colonial art.
The First World War changed the work of Brian Hatton before his tragic death.
The story of a masterpiece created by a genius of the Industrial Revolution.
Visit OpenLearn, the OU’s home of free learning, to discover more about art history.
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Glorious examples of stained glass windows captured with immersive 360 video.
Colour is complicated and, at times, a controversial topic
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The worshippers of Dionysos, also known as Bacchus, took drinking very seriously.
The wealth and status of nations was once communicated via the exchange of wild animals.
Viv Jones' audio companion to the BBC Two series is taking us on some intriguing tangents
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A 19th Century secret mission by Japanese students to Oldham that launched a car company
This palace in Punjab province is home to the world's biggest mural
Soraya Syed combines this intricate artform with modern technology.
Harvard professor Maya Jasanoff on why civilisation isn't the opposite of barbarism.
Uncover the secrets of Butser Ancient Farm, available for Android and Apple devices.
Celebrated for landscape shots, he also captured images of interned Japanese-Americans.
Art UK's public collections of oil paintings are rich in stories of civilisations.
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Five amazing works by 20th Century artists inspired by the sport of boxing.
Mary Beard writes about bold debates, sex and how ancient Egyptian cake changed her.
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Who are the people willing to risk their lives for art?
Find out who the ancient Maya were, where they lived and what they did.
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The decapitated bronze head of a Roman emperor was discovered by a Liverpool professor
Why did a community set an artist free to create Lion Man over 40,000 years ago?
Thousands of years of visual culture explored on the BBC and beyond.
Contrary to the traditional view of them, it turns out that Neanderthals were artists.
Highlights from museums, galleries and libraries around the country, via Museum Crush.
The earliest large-scale example of narrative art in Britain was discovered by chance
Experts have highlighted intriguing details within each of these masterpieces.
From prehistoric society to modern crafts, the story of Wessex in the wider world.
Since before Roman times people have gone in search of healing, relaxation and revelation
The wider global collapse with lessons for our own 21st Century.
Digital collaborations with UK museums and arts institutions.
Looking forward to BBC Two's global history of art.
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