Jackie Wullschlager visits an intriguing exhibition of work by Johann Zoffany at the Royal Academy, London. Born in Germany in 1733, Zoffany moved to London in 1760 where he depicted Georgian society and British imperial rule with a witty detachment.
Produced by Griselda Murray Brown. Filmed and edited by Steve Sklair
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