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Reader offer: 2 for 1 tickets to Age of Enchantment exhibition, Dulwich Picture Gallery

Please print this page and take it with you to claim your tickets: 2-FOR-1 TICKETS ON SAT 2ND FEBRUARY 2008 FOR “THE AGE OF ENCHANTMENT” EXHIBITION, DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY IN CONJUNCTION WITH DULWICH ON VIEW […]

‘I’m the painter paparazzi!’ says Alice White

Emerging Artist Showcase by Sally-Ann Johnson No.1: Alice White www.alicewhiteart.com Alice works mainly in oils and creates colourful, energetic paintings of people. Her work portrays a fresher, more insightful focus on the human form and […]

The visitors change, the paintings don't

Have you any fascinating images of Dulwich you’d like to share? Email them to us.   Flick through more inspiring images of Dulwich Picture Gallery on our flickr photo album

Ginger the Gallery cat, painted as nature intended

Ginger the Gallery’s cat takes a nap in the life class at Dulwich Picture Gallery in a painting by local artist, Len Cross. Ginger’s companion remains incognito because we’ve not been able to contact her […]

New Work: exclusive poems from local poet Hylda Sims

Hylda Sims was a great hit at the last poetry evening at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Many thanks to Hylda for allowing us to reproduce her work here. Babies in Buggies by Hylda Sims All down […]

What's On, Jan 17th 2008: It’s a kind of Dulwich magic

Diets, sales, cold weather and dark mornings – oh, January can be horrible. What you need is a sprinkle of Dulwich magic to cheer you up. Well, abracadabra! Dulwich Picture Gallery is starting a new […]

Favourites: Jacob van Ruisdael’s ‘Landscape With Windmills near Haarlem’

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Mary Jane Tsang’s picture preference: My favourite is this very lovely painting of a country lane. I like the light in the stormy, late afternoon sky. I think I prefer it to the Constable version […]

Favourites: Piero di Cosimo’s ‘A Young Man’

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Anna Sayburn has a favourite painting at the Gallery: I love the fresh, clear colours of this little portrait. It’s so simple, but quite arresting. This renaissance gentleman gazes cooly across the centuries, with serene […]

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