Dulwich Picture Gallery

Dulwich Picture Gallery – founded in 1811, it was the first purpose built public art gallery and today it is home to a magnificent collection of European Masters.

To mark the temporary exhibition of Van Dyck’s self-portrait, acquired for the nation by the National Portrait Gallery, two artists were selected to work in the gallery space for 10 weeks. During this time they created a body of work inspired by the self-portrait and the permanent collection and exhibited in the Linbury Studio.

LFAS also gave workshops and demonstrations at the gallery and participated in the making of this short video on Old Master Techniques.   More details on the artists and workshops here.

London Fine Art Studios & Dulwich Picture Gallery

“Interpretation of Van Dyke”

by Emily Gerkins

London Fine Art Studios & Dulwich Picture Gallery

“Dulwich Picture Gallery”

by Joni Duarte