After nearly 400 years Emmanuel Philibert, Prince of Oneglia, has been reunited with his armour – and his red socks. Xavier F. Salomon, Arturo and Holly Melosi Chief Curator at Dulwich Picture Gallery explains. ‘Dulwich […]
If you don’t know Stephen Wright personally, then you’ll know his work – the colourful mosaic floor decoration outside the Blue Mountain Café on Northcross Road is an East Dulwich landmark. If you’ve walked past […]
The birds and wasps can hardly fly they are so full of plum, and still the Dulwich plums come and come, ripening relentlessly. Has anyone any interesting recipes using plums? Please give ideas in the […]
The areas immediately surrounding Dulwich have got some pretty strange place names. But where on earth did they come from?
On a huge screen in the Garden of Dulwich Picture Gallery Bank Holiday Monday 31 August ‘This isn’t a movie. It’s a vacation’ San Francisco Chronicle – Mick LaSalle And, before the screening….Mamma Mia! Madness […]
Rembrandt’s ‘Girl at a Window’ is going to be on holiday away from Dulwich Picture Gallery for a while. The painting will be de-installed on Thursday 3 September and will return to the Gallery a […]
iCandi © interviews Ruby Ocean, creator and editor of Volume Magazine Volume is a buzzing UK arts magazine. Between its thick covers are pages upon pages devoted to art from up and coming artists including […]
‘Dulwich Picture Gallery has the most wonderful painting by Claude Lorrain on loan from a private collection. It is the ‘Landscape with a Rustic Dance’ in Room 4, which was one of the first great […]
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