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In memory of Rosalind Hudson

This model of Dulwich Picture Gallery, made by the late Rosalind Hudson (née Latham 31 July 1926 – 7 July 2013) in 2000, is now on display with its new specially commissioned plinth in the […]

Rockwell Competition: And the winner is…

No. Not just yet! Firstly, a huge thank you for all those people who came to see Norman Rockwell’s America at Dulwich Picture Gallery between 15 December 2010 and 27 March 2011. The exhibition has […]

My Life as a Male Amazon Pirate

I notice that GalleryFilm are showing the 1974 film of Swallows and Amazons. I have always loved Arthur Ransome’s series of books – to excess, probably. They certainly influenced my life.

Dulwich in New York

Jean-Antoine Watteau, Les Plaisirs du Bal

Those who visit Dulwich Picture Gallery regularly will have noticed that some of our most famous paintings have been, since February, conspicuous by their absence. Where, they wonder, is Rembrandt’s Girl at a Window – […]

‘The Group of Seven’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery

Tom Thomson 'Maple Saplings' The Thomson Collection © Art Gallery of Ontario

Ian Dejardin, Director of Dulwich Picture Gallery, talks about a group of 20th century Canadian artists – to DOV and in person on 10 Feb at DPG. “I have just returned from Toronto. Why Canada? […]

Dulwich meets Oklahoma (2/2)

Oklahoma City Museum of Art Associate Curator, Jennifer Klos, and the Gallery’s Director, Ian Dejardin, continue their discussion about the recent display of Dulwich’s Dutch Italianate paintings which closed recently in Oklahoma.

Dulwich meets Oklahoma

A travelling exhibition of Dutch masterpieces is on its way back to London after being on show at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. The Gallery’s Director, Ian Dejardin, spoke with Oklahoma’s Associate Curator, Jennifer Klos, about the exhibition The Dutch Italianates: 17th-century Masterpieces from Dulwich Picture Gallery.

Saving St Cecilia (With Your Help)

When I was Curator at Dulwich Picture Gallery, I faced a recurring problem – one that Xavier Salomon has inherited: i.e. one of our biggest, and most important paintings – Reynolds’s Mrs Siddons as the Tragic Muse – does not have a natural hanging partner.

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