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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...
With your help, Dulwich Picture Gallery set out to create the World's Longest Landscape. We've put together a video of the event so that you can see all the hard work that went into creating this mixed media masterpiece.
This year Canaletto turns 319! It's high time you got to know him a little better...
Dulwich Picture Gallery was deeply saddened to learn of the death of the art historian, curator and novelist, Giles Waterfield (1949-2016), who led the Gallery as director from 1979 until 1996.
It’s all about music at Dulwich Picture Gallery this week, with viola da gamba player Liam Byrne performing a series of concerts to tie in with our musically themed Dou in Harmony display. So to celebrate these two art forms joining forces, here are some of the most interesting examples of music and art inspiring one another.
Dulwich Picture Gallery and The London Festival of Architecture today announce a competition inviting talented, emerging architects to create a ‘Dulwich Pavilion’ a temporary events structure in the Gallery’s historic grounds.
Assistant Curator, Helen Hillyard, announces the launch of our new Dutch and Flemish Catalogue.
"It was a revelation" says Sarah Crompton on Exodus, our sell-out dance performances choreographed by Dane Hurst.
Learn how to create your own Van Dyck-inspired portrait with Ann Witheridge, artist and founder of London Fine Art Studios, in our step-by-step video guide of how to paint like Old Master.
Drawing inspiration from 'Dou in Harmony', viola da gamba player Liam Byrne will be performing a evening of contemporary meets classical music. Find out more about his creative process in his recent interview for the Gallery's Friends' magazine...
Ahead of 'Exodus' Lee Coppack, Editor for 'In View', catches up with Dane Hurst to find out more about his creative process.
Assistant curator, Helen Hillyard, intreprets the meaning behind two of Gerrit Dou's finest musical-themed paintings in line with our "Dou in Harmony" exhibition. Read to find out more...
As the Gallery launches a week-long exhibition of work created in Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, Susan Mulholland, Director of Art at Dulwich College tells us about her experience of the camp and the role that art can play.
In the second "Making Discoveries" display, "Rubens Ghost", Assistant Curator Helen Hillyard examines the X-ray analysis to reveal Rubens' creative process.
Nicolas Poussin was a perfectionist. Every juxtaposition was carefully considered by the artist – this is no more evident than in his first series of the Seven Sacraments, three of which are now on display at Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Charlotte Walsh, Press Intern, writes about her experience of crocheting with Arne and Carlos and Friday’s Scandinight
Hazel Vidler, our Curatorial Intern, explains the significance of the mysterious provenance and history behind one of our founders' favourite paintings, Sleeping Venus.
We catch up with Sasha Siem ahead of Scandimania to find out more about her experience of Norway and how it has influenced her music.
Dulwich's charming Keeper's Cottage will open its doors to the public this weekend for Artist's Open House, showcasing professional work by two of the Gallery's teaching artists.
Ever wondered what a typical day might be like for the Sackler Director of Dulwich Picture Gallery? Ian Dejardin reveals all...