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amazing gallery with stunning architecture of Sir Soane... painting form Rubens, Tiepolo, Canaletto, van Dyck, Gainsborough .... beautiful garden....... very friendly stuff good audio tour and nice coffee shop.......
Take a trip to DPG before 9 September to catch this great little exhibition. A draughtsman, an artist, an illustrator? ... He's all of them. Quite busy before and after lunch though. Restaurant had great food for lunch and always tasty and nicely presented ......More
I always enjoy this gallery. National Art fund members get a discount and so do students and the disabled. the special exhibiton galleries are rather narrow so try to pick a less busy time to go. Special events for children are well organised
This beautiful little gallery is well known to 'those in the know'. Located in Dulwich village, lovely setting, almost rural.
Stages some excellent exhibitions.
Has an 'on trend' café with indoor and outdoor seating.
Lots of on the road parking.
I really enjoyed the Edward Bawden exhibition: a C20 graphic artist with a sense of humour and a real eye for detail. Ideally, an anti-social amount of time was needed in front of many of the pictures to pick up all the nuances, many of...More
This gallery has four things which I value highly based on my experiences as a docent in local gallery at home. First, it represents the tastes and interests of one person (or a small group/family) collecting during their lifetime(s). As such, it is interesting to...More
A much appreciated venue that hosts events & workshops as well as exhibitions. We visited the Edward Bawden exhibition and left feeling totally uplifted.
There is also a restaurant, shop and gardens that means you can enjoy more than just the gallery. For a full...More
The exhibitions here are always curated so well. From Tove Jansson to the current Edward Bawden, it's never too busy and you're able to walk around a few times and really take in the art. They always add interactive bits in for kids as well....More