A Picture of Britain
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A Picture of Britain is a 2005 BBC television documentary series presented by David Dimbleby, which describes the British landscape and the art which it has inspired. In each of the six 1-hour episodes Dimbleby explores a different British region and discusses the ways that its landscape and culture have influenced painters, poets and composers.
- begun on (10 years ago)
- country: United Kingdom
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- genre: Documentary film
- award: - British Academy Television Craft Award for Photography - Factual nomination for Fred Fabre
- official website: www.bbc.co.uk/arts/apictureofbritain
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Group exhibitions: 2005, A Picture of Britain, Tate Britain, London (an exhibition looking at six regions of Britain through the eyes of British artists). Museum and Gallery Holdings Hamburg: King Lear and Cordelia; Egyptian Girl; The Good Seed ...
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