The Dutch golden age saw map-making reach a fever pitch of creative and commercial ambition. This was the era of the first ever atlases - elaborate, lavish and beautiful.
The series concludes by delving into the world of satirical maps. In the late 1800s maps took on a new form, not as geographical tools, but as devices for humour, satire and storytelling.
Tonight on Painting Australia we visit the timeless beauty of Kakadu as our three emerging artists endeavour to capture its natural beauty and cultural and spiritual significance.
Tonight on Painting Australia we venture to Braidwood in the ACT to meet master artist, John R Walker.
Join presenter Sorrel Wilby as she continues on her exciting journey with Painting Australia - tonight our artists visit Byron Bay in NSW.
In the final episode of Painting Australia, we venture to Archer Point, just south of Cooktown on the far north coast of Queensland.
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