Articles tagged Dulwich Picture Gallery

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VIDEO: Art Speaks: Sabrina Mahfouz

Art UK have released a film made with poem Sabrina Mahfouz on her creative response to a painting at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Sabrina gives a personal and political contemporary response to Ludolf Bakhuizen’s ‘Boats in […]

The Street Art Walks continue…

By Amanda Greatorex, who has big shoes to fill, is continuing Ingrids legacy by leading the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery Street Art Walks. Extra date added for Dulwich Festival Saturday 20th May 2-5pm £9 includes Dulwich […]

Inspirational lectures add that extra to an exhibition

It is said that the more you know about an artist the better you will appreciate his or her art. This might be true and especially if you get to know more about the artist […]

Ingrid Beazley: A Passion for Dulwich

Ingrid Beazley, co-founder of Dulwich OnView, passed away last week. She was much loved in Dulwich and far beyond and we are all saddened to say goodbye to an inspiring, warm-hearted force of nature whose […]

Two Paintings dated 1916

Here are still lives which move, bold brush strokes creating colours which speak out and swirl beyond stasis, a determined resonance defying established conventions and the catastrophe continuing not far away across the channel. The […]

Within the Frame

Foreground – back of a brown jacket, painted so seductively you feel the cloth, the weave, the warmth, the bulk of it and the body comfortably alive inside. Deeper in the picture another frame – […]

Still Life

At fifty you painted your mother at eighteen, two years older than you were when she died, dressed in velvet scarlet like a young queen. You made her prettier than in real life, something about […]

Virginia by Vanessa

Opinions on my sitter are many, it’s assumed she’s hidden in thoughtful muse, conceiving her next profound masterpiece, handkerchief fingered in captivation. Many think she could be nursing sorrow, eyes downcast, clasping hankie for comfort. […]

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