Dulwich Picture Gallery Articles

Dulwich Street Art is now officially part of the Google Art Project

Dulwich Outdoor Gallery on Google Art Project

The street art in the Dulwich area (now stretching to Peckham, Nunhead and Forest Hill) which collectively is called Dulwich Outdoor Gallery, has now been featured in a new wave of street art uploads on […]

The Art of Portrait

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A particular alchemy occurs when we look at a portrait. We see a picture not of an object, a place or simply a design; we see a thing like ourselves, another human being. Because the […]

Grange Lane Group‏

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The Grange Lane Group made up of twelve Friends of the Picture Gallery who regularly attend the Education Department water colour courses run by Liz Butler was formed in the autumn of 2011. We also […]

Viva Flamenco – another chance to see the most inspired group of dancer

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What is it with the Flamenco that inspires the British? Juan Ramirez has no simple answer. It is the most sought after word on Dulwich OnView and a Viva Flamenco’s evenings at St.Barnabas Hall in […]

John Suchet: I am now writing my seventh book on Beethoven

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John Suchet might be more famous for his TV appearances. He was on our screen as a news reporter for many years. Now he has a much loved daily radio show at Classic FM, which […]

Spending Some Time with Time: a trip to the Clockworks Museum

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London has many advantages; the sprawling metropolis holds many of the United Kingdom’s finest museums, galleries, schools, and cultural centers. Very few cities and even countries could match the vast resources such a sprawl can […]

GalleryFilm: going from strength to strength

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Once a month film lovers congregate in the Linbury Room at Dulwich Picture Gallery.The atmosphere is buzzing, maybe helped by delicious snacks and the complimentary glass of wine. It has the feeling of a good club, […]

Churchill’s Iceman – an unsung hero and a true eccentric

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The name of Geoffrey Pyke does not mean anything to most people today, but when he died 1948 The Times wrote in its obituary that he was “one of the most original figures of the […]

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