Exploring some treasures from this prestigious gallery, including Auguste Rodin's The Kiss (1901-4) and Umberto Boccioni's Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (1913)
Featuring key works from the Tate Modern, including Wassily Kandinsky's Cossacks (1910-11) and Jackson Pollock's Summertime Number 9A (1948).
Sir William Nicholson's The Lowestoft Bowl (1911), Paul Cezanne's Still Life with Water Jug (1892-3) and Pablo Picasso's Still Life (1914) are examined.
A study of Marcel Duchamp's Fountain (1917), Michael Craig-Martin's Oak Tree (1973) and Rebecca Horn's Concert for Anarchy (1990).
Some of the most celebrated examples of 20th-century art from The Tate Modern: Carl André's Equivalent VIII (1966) and Cornelia Parker's 30 Pieces of Silver (1988-9).
Damien Hirst's Pharmacy (1992) is explored.
Exploring some of the treasures in the gallery with Piet Mondrian's Sun, Church in Zeeland (1910), Tree (1913) and Composition with Grey, Red, Yellow and Blue (1920-6).
Exploring some of the treasures from this prestigious gallery including Constantin Brancusi's Fish (1925) and Dame Barbara Hepworth's Pelagos (1946).
Richard Long's Waterfall Wall Painting (2000), Line Made by Walking (1967) and Red Slate Circle (1988) are some of the treasures explored in this prestigious gallery.
The period of the Great War features William Orpen's Zonnebeke (1918) and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska's Bird Swallowing a Fish (1913-14).
Salvador Dali's Mountain Lake (1938) and Francis Bacon's Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion (1944) are the pieces presented from this turbulent period.
Jean Fautrier's Large Tragic Head (1942), Giacometti's Standing Woman (1948-9), andHannah Collins' In the Course of Time II (1994) are the pieces representing the effects of armed conflict.
More of the treasures including Lucian Freud's Standing By the Rags (1988-9), Arman Condition of Women I (1960) and John Coplan's Self Portrait (1994) are explored.
Sonia Boyce's From Tarzan to Rambo etc (1987), Sarah Lucas' Self Portrait with Fried Eggs (1996) and Nan Goldin's Nan One Month after Being Battered (1984) are under scrutiny.
Featuring Louise Bourgeois Cell's Eyes and Mirrors (1989-93) and Annette Messager's The Pikes (1992-3).
Montages of women, goddesses and Botticelli's Venus and Mars and some of the pieces examined from this prestigious gallery.
Cupid Complaining to Venus by Lucas Cranach and The Adoration of the Kings by Jan Gossaert are examined.
A look at Thomas Gainsborough's Portrait of a Couple: Mr and Mrs Andrews, painted in 1750.
Introductory portrait montage and then The Ambassadors by Hans Holbein.
The Arnolfini Portrait by Jan Van Eyck and Rembrandt's Self Portrait at the age of 63 are this episode's topics.
Coronation of the Virgin (1370-71) by Jacopo di Clione and The Annunciation (1486) by Carlo Crivelli are under consideration.
Landscape by Peter Paul Ruebens, The Avenue, Middelharnis by Meindert Hobbema and Rain, Steam and Speed by JMW Turner for the basis of this episode.
Exploring some of the treasures from this prestigious gallery including Calais Pier by J M W Turner.
An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump by Joseph Wright and Hendrik Avercamp's A Winter Scene are the subjects of this edition.
Bathers at Asnieres by Georges-Pierre Seurat provides the basis of art reflecting everyday day.
Perseus Turning Phineas and his Followers into Stone by Luca Giordano.
Execution of Lady Jane Grey by Paul Delaroche lives up to the titular promise of this episode.
Titian's Bacchus and Ariadne personify the emotion of love.