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BSkyB – National Treasures: The Art of Collecting (2019) Season 1 Episode 10 Cecil French

National Treasures The Art Of Collecting Series 1 10of10 Cecil French
The great art collectors of the world reveal their most valuable treasures.

Part 1: David Khalili
The great art collectors of the world reveal their most valuable treasures, starting with David Khalili a collector of Islamic art who has amassed 35,000 pieces.


Part 2: Francesco Carraro
In Venice we explore the late Francesco Carraro’s remarkable collection of Venetian glass, which includes works by the much-lauded Carlo Scarpa.


Part 3: David Lewis
David Lewis is Britain’s greatest collector of Old Masters. Here he shows us his favourites on his walls at home.


Part 4: Frank Cohen
Art collector Frank Cohen gives a tour of his warehouse, which houses works by Georg Baselitz, Frank Auerbach, LS Lowry, Edward Burra and Patrick Heron.


Part 5: Jonathan Hills
A look at six watches from a vast collection spanning 300 years, including a watch made in London the year before the Great Fire.


Part 6: Attilio Codognato
In Venice we see both the art collection and jewels of Attilio Codognato, who has made pieces for everyone from Elizabeth Taylor to the Duchess of Windsor.


Part 7: Roger Therond
The late Roger Therond was the picture editor of Paris Match and here we examine his private photograph collection from the earliest years of photography.


Part 8: Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
The late Roger Therond was the picture editor of Paris Match and here we examine his private photograph collection from the earliest years of photography.


Part 9: Richard Burrows
Richard Burrows the nephew of the pre-war painter Edward Le Bas – gives a fascinating tour of his extensive art collection.


Part 10: Cecil French
A fascinating look at the collection of late artist and collector Cecil French, offering a unique window into the world the Pre-Raphaelites.

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