DPG Exhibitions Articles

Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Most Popular: Escher Final Weeks

M.C. Escher Bond of Union 1956 Lithograph, 25.3 x 33.9 cm, Collection Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands

Dulwich Picture Gallery’s current exhibition The Amazing World of M.C. Escher is one of its most popular ever. Only two other exhibitions have done as well as Escher in the Gallery’s history. With a huge […]

The Amazing World of M.C Escher inspires Dulwich Picture Gallery Shop’s Christmas Range

A beautiful Escher inspired card by Ruth Uglow

This Christmas, the gift shop at Dulwich Picture Gallery has taken inspiration from current exhibition The Amazing World of M.C. Escher, on display until 17 January 2016. A master of optical illusions and impossible realities, Escher’s […]

Blurred Lines: The Amazing World of M.C. Escher @ Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Where is everyone? I am the last person to get off the 63 bus on my exodus from Welwyn Garden City (what I wishfully refer to as “North London”) to see the enticing Escher exhibit. […]

Escher exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery – must see!

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Escher is probably one of the first artists most students are introduced to during their art class. I remember when I was introduced to his work during one of my classes and I was suddenly haunted […]

Dulwich Picture Gallery challenges you to spot the fake painting

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Dulwich Picture Gallery is encouraging you to take a closer look at their Permanent Collection. One of the artworks will be replaced by a Chinese replica hanging among the 270 Old Master paintings on display. The Gallery will temporarily remove […]

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By 1927, Emily Carr had given up her boarding house and was making a living breeding bobtails (sheepdogs) and making and selling pottery knick-knacks decorated with ‘Indian’ designs to tourists keen to acquire a piece […]

A Woman of All Sorts

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Emily Carr’s time in England appeared to have been a failure. The artist who returned to Victoria in 1904 was a changed woman whose increasing idiosyncrasies, which now included habits as unladylike as smoking and […]

A British First: Emily Carr at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Like all art, the creation of an exhibit is beauty surrounded seemingly effortlessly by work. Last week, I had the opportunity to go behind the scenes at Dulwich Picture Gallery where an exhibit of the […]

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