25 July 2012

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Clive Head Terminus Place Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Dulwich Picture Gallery has announced a new contemporary art installation, Terminus Place by the artist Clive Head, as part of his project From Victoria to Arcadia at Dulwich Picture Gallery and Marlborough Fine Art. Poussin’s painting depicts the Biblical episode of David bringing the head of Goliath into Jerusalem, having slain him, where he […]

9 May 2012

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Street Art Invades The Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Dulwich Picture Gallery is presenting  selected works from its permanent collection which are the inspiration behind a body of work by cult street artist Stik.  Paintings such as Murillo’s Three Boys will be reinterpreted by Stik and spray-painted in his distinctive style onto the streets of Dulwich.His work is mainly found around the east […]

4 April 2012

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Dulwich Picture Gallery Joins Google Art Project

Dulwich Picture Gallery has announced a partnership with Google, which is expanding its path-breaking Art Project in the UK.  Google are hosting a special event at Dulwich Picture Gallery, to mark a significant step forward in working towards its goal of bringing culture online and making it accessible to the widest possible audience. Ian Dejardin, […]

22 March 2012

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Andy Warhol The Portfolios At Dulwich Picture Gallery

An in-depth exhibition of Warhol’s print portfolios 1962-1984 Dulwich Picture Gallery has announced its summer exhibition Andy Warhol: The Portfolios, Bank of America Collection. The exhibition will focus on the period 1962-1984 during which Warhol focused almost exclusively on the silk-screen printing method. This is the first time the exhibition of 80 works from 13 […]

20 December 2011

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Hepworth Sculpture Worth £1m Stolen In London

Rising Price of Scrap Metal Fuels Spate of Stolen Modern Masterpieces Last night thieves stole a bronze sculpture by the seminal British artist Barbara Hepworth, from a London park. It is yet another example of the thriving black market for stolen scrap metal. The thieves boldly drove into the park, located in the upmarket area […]

22 November 2011

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17th Century Italian Masterpiece Restored In Dulwich

School Of Annibale Carracci Painting Of Cecilia The Patron Saint Of Music On View From Today The Dulwich Picture Gallery unveiled today, on the feast day of Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of music, a newly restored painting: Saint Cecilia by a school of Annibale Carracci painter.  The campaign to restore this seventeenth-century masterpiece to […]

24 October 2011

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Iconic David Hockney Painting Displayed In Dulwich

Masterpiece A Month Series Celebrates Popular Oil By One of The Last Living British Legends Each month this year during the Gallery’s Bicentenary celebration a masterpiece will hang on the end wall of the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s enfilade. David Hockney, Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy, 1970-1, Acrylic on canvas, 212.4 x 304.8cm, Tate, Presented […]

21 October 2011

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Dulwich Picture Gallery Appoints Canadian Artist In Residence

Liz Charsley-Jory announced for year-long stint Dulwich Picture Gallery announced today the first commission of a Canadian Artist in Residence, to coincide with the exhibition Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven. There was a strong shortlist of three excellent Canadian artists and Liz Charsley-Jory was appointed to the year-long position. The role […]

18 October 2011

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Canada’s Group of Seven Opens In Dulwich

A comprehensive exhibition of works by Canada’s Group of Seven opens this week at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. The Canadian High Commissioner Gordon Campbell told an audience of a few hundred patrons at the gala opening that he was pleased to see the work receiving a long overdue international reception. On view are […]