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We speak to Helen Hillyard, Assistant Curator, about Dutch paintings, art galleries and yellow paint
London Festival of Architecture and Dulwich Picture Gallery announce return of the Dulwich Pavilion.
We catch up with Club des Femmes ahead of their appearance at Tove Jansson: An Intimate Portrait, to learn more about their work.
The Moomin characters may be famous across the world, but there are still a few things you might not know about these creatures and their creator.
A selection of the heart-warming and (usually) wise words of the Moomins to celebrate the ingenuity and imagination of their creator, Tove Jansson.
During a recent trip accompanying journalists to Finland, Louisa Bee, Press and Communications Manager at the Gallery spent two days exploring Tove Jansson’s homeland.
The Dulwich Pavilion will find its new home with a local primary school in East Dulwich.
A new collaborative HLF-funded project between the Gallery and local schools has launched: ‘Past Stories, Future Voices: Sharing 200 years of Dulwich Picture Gallery’
IF_DO’s design for the first Dulwich Pavilion has been shortlisted in the inaugural AJ Architecture Awards for the category, ‘Budget Project of the Year’.
Who says you can't smell an old master painting?! Ahead of Feast, our next alternative Friday Late, Tasha Marks, Founder of AVM Curiosities, tells us how you can create your own aromatic interpretation of old master paintings.
We speak with ‘Herstory’ founder Alice Wroe, ahead of her appearance at the upcoming ‘Female of the Species’ Gallery Late.
Discover more about the exclusive scarf designed by textile designer Geogina von Etzdorf for the Gallery.
As part of Art UK's initiative 'Art Speaks', Sabrina Mahfouz brings to life Ludolf Backhuysen's 'Boats in a Storm' from our Permanent Collection.
Our ground-breaking Visual to Vocal project recently returned for a fifth year, uniting people living with dementia, their carers, and young people from two local schools—Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich and Dulwich College.
This is Amelia Earhart, the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Discover more about her and other inspirational women in our upcoming event: Girl Power!
Dulwich Picture Gallery has today announced that Peter Björn Kerber has been appointed to the position of Curator at Dulwich Picture Gallery
Street artist Giacomo RUN shares his thoughts on Dulwich Outdoor Gallery and what street art means today.
Ingrid Beazley, former Chairman of the Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery from 2005 – 2008, and founder of the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery, has died aged 67. Ellie Manwell, Head of Communications and Audience Development, remembers her work with the Gallery.
Discover how to get the bohemian look in your own home, inspired by perhaps the original boho interior designer Vanessa Bell.
What better way to celebrate the major new show of work by Vanessa Bell, than with a new and exclusive range of accessories designed by Bell's granddaughter and renowned designer, Cressida Bell. Alex Morrison went to meet Cressida at her studio in Hackney to find out more...
A new venture by Dulwich Picture Gallery and the London Festival of Architecture, in partnership with Almacantar.
In the latest of our 'spotlight on the architects' posts, we hear from the team comprised of Tom Benton architects, Hayatsu Architects and M. J. Wells.
Take a closer look at Rembrandt's renowned 'Girl at a Window' with Assistant Curator Helen Hillyard.
In the second of our 'spotlight on the architects' posts, we hear from Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.
Ahead of the final round of judging for the Gallery's first Pavilion competition, we find out a bit more about the four shortlisted practices. Today we hear from IF_DO, a young, RIBA chartered architecture practice based in South East London.
As we look forward to Legacy: The Photographs of Vanessa Bell and Patti Smith, we asked the Gallery staff to choose their favourite female or non-binary photographers. These are some pioneering artists you should definitely know more about...
He was Europe's most popular artist for two centuries and the Gallery has five of his paintings and another seven by people trying to copy him. But who was he?
We caught up with Emma Sewell to find out about how she works, what inspires her and how one goes about translating a seventeenth century landscape painting into a luxury lambswool scarf...