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Tate Britain's Great British Walks takes on a journey across landscapes that have seduced the nation's favourite painters, from Constable, Powell Frith and Turner, to Hogarth, Herman and Wallis. The series travels the length and breadth of Britain – from London's backstreets and rural Suffolk, to the Scottish borders and the mining villages of South Wales. Rich in stories, gossip and hidden secrets about the landscapes once imagined by some of our greatest artists.Along the way, art historian Gus Casely-Hayford accompanies the guests as they not only discover the stories behind their chosen paintings, but also the local characters and contemporary artists that still reflect the scenes caught on canvas decades, if not hundreds of years, ago.
Actress Helena Bonham Carter travels from Sussex to the Lake District with curator Gus Casely-Hayford to shed light on the life and work of artist Dora Carrington.
Travelling from Blenheim Palace and Ightham Mote all the way to Paris, photographer David Bailey and Gus Casely-Hayford explore the world of John Singer Sargent.
Actor Robert Lindsay travels from the Sussex coast to the back streets of Chelsea to explore the landscapes that inspired Victorian painter William Holman Hunt.
Actress Harriet Walter travels from London's seedy underworld to the picturesque English seaside to shed light on the work of Victorian painter Walter Sickert.
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