Treasures from Chatsworth, Episode 3: Leonardo Da Vinci’s Drawing of Leda and the Swan
We take you inside the Old Master cabinet at Chatsworth – a room usually closed to the public – where one of the world’s finest and most extensive collections of Old Master drawings is kept. Among these is a Leonardo da Vinci that was almost lost in the chaos of the Second World War.
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Of all the objects that one can collect, jewellery is perhaps the most personal, intimate and precious. From the coronation-worthy 19th-century tiara in the Devonshire Parure to a witty, wearable gold brooch by a contemporary designer, jewels have a
Treasures from Chatsworth, Episode 10: The Mortlake Tapestries
Even a familiar, well-documented masterwork that has been hanging on the wall for hundreds of years can still contain untold stories. This episode focuses on how the 17th century Mortlake Tapestries reveal surprising evidence of an unusual period in
Treasures from Chatsworth, Episode 8: The Changing Face of Portraiture
From the earliest days at Chatsworth, the dukes and duchesses have commissioned Britain’s greatest artists to capture their likenesses. Among the most celebrated of these is Thomas Gainsborough’s depiction of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire. Learn a
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Chatsworth ‘House Style’, Presented by C W Sellors Fine Jewellery: The Quest for Excellence
House Style, an exhibition exploring five centuries of fashion at Chatsworth, features an astonishing level of craftsmanship and artistry.
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