Dulwich Picture Gallery Articles

A Victorian Childhood

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The story of Emily Carr is, outside Canada at least, one of the great unrecounted tales in 20th-century painting, a chronicle of struggle, adversity and ultimate triumph over the most inauspicious circumstances for making art […]

First Impressions of Dulwich Picture Gallery

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I had absolutely no context for my visit to Dulwich Picture Gallery. I had found the facts of the place (almost two hundred years old, supported by the community, a hidden gem), but what I […]

Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Open Exhibition a beautiful success

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Something new keeps catching my eye. I’ve already walked through Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Open Exhibition two, three times, but I still feel I haven’t taken in nearly enough. The variety of colors, styles, techniques; the […]

Lee Miller, the legendary photographer who speaks to women of today

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Lee Miller was born in 1907 but for women of today she is a real shape-shifter. Her life would make an exciting film, all the ingredients are there; glamour and fame, lovers in exotic places, […]

Concert and puppets: treats for all families at Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Last year Dulwich Picture Gallery hosted the first of the well-known Cavatina concerts aimed at children and it was a great success. Lately discussion has raged in the media since recent statistics showed that pupils […]

Record number entered for Gallery’s open art exhibition

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The last time Dulwich Picture Gallery invited Friends of the Gallery to enter an open art exhibition it attracted 183 artists who submitted 388 works of art. That was in 2011 and considered a great […]

Dominic Alldis the musician who defies categories

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Dominic Alldis is just off the train when the interview takes place. He is a busy man being not only a celebrated jazz pianist, cabaret singer, arranger, conductor of classical concerts, teacher of music as […]

Visit Brixton Market

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Between WWI and WWII, Brixton was the third busiest shopping centre in London. It had one of the first department stores in the country and, of course, the famous market halls – now listed buildings. […]

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