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"Matt Collings drags the Old Masters out of the rarefied, hallowed atmosphere of the museum, blinking into the light of the 21st century and asks: what do they have to offer us now?" Critic, journalist and painter Matthew Collings takes a witty but in-depth look at the work of four leading painters, and their relevance to us today.
|S01E01||Titian||00/00/0000||In the first of this four part series Matthew Collings looks at the innovative painterly style of Titian, developed in the early 16th century.|
|S01E02||Rubens||00/00/0000||Matt's investigation of the links between historic artists and the modern world continues as he explores the work and legacy of Rubens.|
|S01E03||Velasquez||00/00/0000||Matt takes a fresh look at Velasquez's masterpiece "Las Meninas", not just its contemporary meaning, but how it relates to our world today.|
|S01E04||Hogarth||00/00/0000||In the final episode, Matt reveals the importance of the now neglected British painter, cartoonist and printmaker William Hogarth, whose work cast a light on the politics of his era and continues to resonate today.|