DPG Exhibitions Articles

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


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!


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


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 […]

Klee Wyck


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


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


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 […]

A Victorian Childhood


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 […]

Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Open Exhibition a beautiful success


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 […]

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