A collection of documentaries exploring the lives and works of great painters.
A playful journey into the unconscious to discover the deep roots of surrealism.
Richard E Grant follows in the footsteps of artists who have painted on the Cote d'Azur.
How John Constable was painting in a way that was considered groundbreaking at the time.
A day with pop artist Peter Blake in his studio following the process of his latest work.
A unique insight into the life of celebrated painter Paula Rego, directed by her son.
An irreverent trip into the world of the influential avant-garde art movement Dada.
Ken Russell's film on the Young British Artists of the Pop Art movement. (1962)
Waldemar Januszczak explores the impact of Mary Magdalene's myth on art and artists.
A year in the life of Sean Scully, one of the world’s richest painters.
The story of the last decade of Picasso's life, through the words of family and friends.
Kirsty Wark and Brenda Emmanus go behind the scenes at the Royal Academy summer exhibition
Fiona Bruce uncovers the story of Leonardo da Vinci.
What happened on the December night when Vincent van Gogh took a blade to his own ear?
Norman Gilbert refused to follow the artistic style of the time, forging his own path.
Simon Schama celebrates the masterpieces of Rembrandt's last years.
Andrew Graham-Dixon considers the work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. (2003)
A cinematic tribute to those who suffered loss as a result of the Northern Irish conflict.
A film study of Francis Bacon's paintings, which have been called sick and corrupt. (1966)
Simon Schama explores one of our deepest artistic urges - the depiction of nature.
Janina Ramirez and John Bailey explore the origins of the English landscape movement.
How the arrival of foreign artists in the 16th century sparked a cultural revolution.
Kenneth Clark looks at artists Michelangelo, Raphael and Leonardo da Vinci.
Lucian Freud talks for the first time about his work and ambitions. (1988)
Three talented artists to create beautiful artwork for people they've never met.