Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Dulwich Picture Gallery was established in 1811 after Sir Francis Bourgeois RA left his Old Masters collection to the gallery. The building was designed by the celebrated architect Sir John Soane and became open to the public in 1817.

The Dulwich Picture Gallery houses Italian, French and Spanish works, as well as British portraits. It was made a charitable trust in 1994.

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Six places to see and buy art in London this weekend including Summer Olympia and Sorolla at the National Gallery

21 June 2019

In the closing weeks of June, London is packed with commercial shows, museum exhibitions and art fairs.

Winifred Knights portrait photo

Dealer sheds light on the forgotten Knights

15 June 2016

Sacha Llewellyn is a co-founder of Liss Llewellyn Fine Art, which specialises in reappraising under-represented artists of the past.

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Dulwich pays tribute to Ravilious as Jerwood turns spotlight on Burra

24 February 2015

Dulwich Picture Gallery have announced a major exhibition dedicated to Eric Ravilious (1903-42) from April 1 until August 31.