Our current exhibition, Cutting Edge: Modernist British Printmaking, explores the medium of the linocut through the iconic and vibrant work of the students of the Grosvenor School in London. These innovative artists captured the spirit of 1930s Britain, showcasing everyday life in a punchy geometric style with art deco elements and a vivid palette. A new exhibition at the Gallery means a new shop range, and as we all know, visiting the gift shop is one of the most exciting parts of visiting any exhibition. So, we’ve brought together our highlights from the range.
News & blog
Summer is finally coming to London, bringing with it long days and nights and the chance to enjoy the great outdoors. Our summer Pavilion - The Colour Palace - has landed, offering a whole host of events and activities to help you do summer right!
Meet engineersHRW who generously gave their time to consult with the Dulwich Pavilion project team on how to turn Pricegore and Yinka Ilori’s ambitious plans into a real, 10-metre high construction - all in kind.
Part of photographer Carla van de Puttelaar's Artfully Dressed series, the portrait has been acquired by National Portrait Gallery along with four other of her works.
Curatorial Intern Anna McGee introduces us to an exciting new loan that has joined our collection of Dutch paintings, Jan Steen's The Wandering Musicians, and tells us why this scene of daily life is much more than it seems.
Today we announce a major crowdfunding campaign to raise the final £20,000 needed to build the Dulwich Pavilion 2019: The Colour Palace, together with Art Happens.
We pick out a few seasonal highlights from our new shop range, inspired by Norwegian artist Harald Sohlberg.
This International Women’s Day, we shine a light on the amazing work of one of our Community Partners, the Baytree Centre in Brixton, who work with and empower women and girls through education and skills development programmes.
Writer and artist Marianne Wie on Harald Sohlberg's life and work, as a major retrospective comes to Dulwich Picture Gallery to celebrate 150 years since the artist's birth.
Take a look at our guide for alternative, art-inspired gifts
Ahead of our next Gallery Late: Under the Skin on Friday 23 November, we caught up with electronic composer Benjamin Tassie and visual artist Hybrid Desire to find out what they'll be up to on the night.
Ribera explored concepts of violence, pain and suffering through his art. In this blog post Collections Volunteer, Uxue Rambla Eguilaz, explores these themes in our Collection.
Assistant Curator, Helen Hillyard, tells us more about the special guest you can find in our Collection until 13 January 2019.
A youth volunteer who sat alongside illustrious architecture specialists to help judge the winning Dulwich Pavilion 2019 model shares her experiences.
Despite gaining popularity amongst critics and the public alike, Bawden shunned the spotlight, remaining, as Alan Powers remarked ‘a reluctant national monument’. Here we take a look at some lesser-known facts about the life of this intriguing artist
We recently announced the exciting news that Pricegore and Yinka Ilori will design the 2019 Dulwich Pavilion. We caught up with lead architects, Dingle Price and Alex Gore, to find out more about their plans for the structure and what inspired the 'Colour Palace'
Young architects Pricegore, teaming up with artist Yinka Ilori, have been chosen to bring their proposed Pavilion design in summer 2019.
Ahead of our By the Seaside Gallery Late, we take a look at the nation's particular love of the seaside through a selection of artworks
We’re delighted to present our brand-new short film documenting the collaboration between Dulwich Picture Gallery and musician, illustrator and author Orlando Weeks.
Focusing on how to promote creativity and wellbeing in a Gallery setting, our young volunteers have created a set of five short films.
We talk to Grace Erskine, founder of Erskine Rose, about her latest collaboration with Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Olga, a volunteer on the recent intergenerational ‘Reframing the Muse’ pilot programme, gives us her take on the project and a few of her highlights.
An online exhibition of highlights from our recent intergenerational photography project, ‘Reframing the Muse’.
In the run-up to our next Gallery Late, Metamorphoses, we take a look at some of the mythology-inspired paintings in our Collection.
Professor Evelyn Welch MBE, Chair of Trustees announces the appointment of three new Trustees to the Board.
Helen Record, our Curatorial Intern, talks us through the latest developments in our Unlocking Paintings project, and illuminates the Dutch Golden Age.
Join Assistant Curator Helen Hillyard for a special out-of-hours Facebook Live tour of our current display: Rediscover: Tiepolo's 'Joseph Receiving Pharaoh's Ring'.
Assistant Curator, Helen Hillyard, takes us through some of the echoes between David Milne's work and paintings in our collection.
Continuing our 'Spotlight Talks' series we talk to Australian artist, Clair Bremner, to discover how mother nature informs her paintings.
Like David Milne, contemporary artists find boundless inspiration from the natural world. We talk to Canadian artist, Kim Dorland, to discover more about his practice.