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Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Dulwich Picture Gallery

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14 Gallery Road Dulwich Village, London SE21 7AD England
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Dulwich Picture Gallery is a tale of two halves: the permanent collection of European masterpieces particularly from the 17th and 18th centuries - think the likes of Van Dyck, Rembrandt, Gainsborough and Watteau; then a cluster of small rooms to the rear housing a temporary
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What a treasure trove of wonderful paintings beautifully displayed in this amazing gallery. Entrance fee very reasonable and the audio guide was clear, concise and most informative. The building itself is wonderfully situated in the quaint village of Dulwich and the coffee
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Dulwich Gallery is a little known gem in South London, not only has a wonderful collection of pictures but offers a lovely place to meet friends for a meal or a light snack. It is housed in a wonderful building and all the staff is very welcoming, it is easily accessible by
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Finally visited after it being on my 'to see' list for some time. It's a small but important gallery with a great mix of artworks by well-known artists (Rubens, Hogarth, Gainsborough, van Dyck) but also some by artists not on my radar. Managed to catch the Rembrandt's Light
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So pleased we made it across to Dulwich Picture Gallery to see Rembrandt's Light exhibition before it closed. It is only very small, but very well laid out and well signed. Also available are the audio guides, although we skipped that as prefer to look and read. Timed tickets
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