In the third instalment, Edmund Capon explores how, since the 1960s, Australia and its art went global. Transformed into a migrant nation, Australia's dependence on Britain ended and artists played a huge role in shaping the new Australia.
A panel of experts examine French classical painter Nicolas Poussin's The Flight Into Egypt, a devotional piece curently housed at the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, the home of the man thought to have been its sponsor.
Exceptional masterpieces from Caravaggio, Titian, Bosch and Van Eyck to Botticelli, Leonardo, Piero della Francesca, Velazquez and Raphael. This series reveals how great artists are not only extraordinary interpreters of art but also true narrators of their times.