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Nikolai Astrup, A Clear Night in June, 1905-1907, Oil on canvas, 148 x 152 cm, The Savings Bank Foundation DNB/The Astrup Collection/KODE Art Museums of Bergen. Photo © Dag Fosse/KODE

In late Victorian times a painting called The Light of the World was taken around the Empire to be viewed like an Anglican icon. Thousands queued and many wept over a romantic-religious work by Holman Hunt […]

Upcoming Festival: Indian Shakespeares on Screen

Scene from Omkara (Othello)

From 27 -30 April, a festival of talks, screenings, workshops and a display of Indian Shakespeare movie memorabilia, will be held at the Asia House (27-29) and the BFI Southbank in London (29-30). The festival […]

David Shillinglaw Refurbishes Samson and Delilah Street Art

Samson and Delilah by David Shillinglaw, photo courtesy of Liz Vanderau

Artist David Shillinglaw unveiled a revamped version of Samson and Delilah last Thursday after the original was tagged and defaced. Three years ago, David Shillinglaw was asked to reinterpret a painting from the Dulwich Picture […]

Entries open for the Dulwich Festival Children’s Art Competition!

Children's Art

The Dulwich Festival is inviting children of all ages to enter this year’s Children’s Art Competition. Edward Alleyn had a dream 400 years ago to create a better future for young and old in Dulwich […]

How to Choose Your Perfect Shoe‏

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Our Obsession with Shoes What is it about shoes? They’re endlessly fascinating, aren’t they. Could it be the instant mood-boosting power of new shoes? Or the fact that while our weight goes up and down, […]

Emergency first aid training‏ for the local community

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In response to the recent and very tragic news of deaths which could have been prevented with some simple first aid I have decided to do something about it. “Save a life” Emergency First Aid […]

After Astrup

May Moon, undated, colour woodcut, 191 x 253 mm.

As if a woodcut could be made of every life and slowly filled with different emphases, shades, could we in middle age still alter the way the picture seems, like a painter adding touches, so […]

Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

Nympheas (Waterlilies), Claude Monet 1914-15, on loan from Portland Art Museum, Oregon (c) Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon

On 30 January, Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse opened at the Royal Academy of art  The stunning exhibition, which explores the evolution of modern garden paintings, has been wildly successful and will remain […]

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