Dulwich Picture Gallery Articles

Eccentricities: A car in the cloister?

I don’t have my license, so I’m no one to criticise but…. Actually this is a pretty staggering bit of maneouvring isn’t it? I would really like to know how it came to happen. Stories, […]

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 […]

Perfect Dulwich Weekend

Bike ride

Anna Sayburn finds complete bliss of a weekend in Dulwich. Saturday morning (sunny, please!) I’ll jump on my bike and cycle through Dulwich Park, down to the Lordship Lane shops in East Dulwich – butcher, […]

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

Jacob van Ruisdael's

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’


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 […]

Favourites: Sebastiano Ricci’s ‘The Fall of the Rebel Angels’

The Fall of the Rebel Angels painting

David Tsang picks his favourite painting at Dulwich Picture Gallery. It’s angelic and barbaric in one. It’s quite shocking, quite harsh really. If you look at the top half it’s almost a ballet with a […]

Favourites: Guido Reni’s St. Sebastian


Sally-Ann Johnson explains her love for Dulwich Picture Gallery’s St.Sebastian by Guido Reni. Guido Reni’s rendition of Christian saint and martyr, St Sebastian, is, for me, the most entrancing painting in the Gallery. It’s an emotionally […]

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