JM Gandy - Interior of the Gallery, 1823
By permission of the Trustees of Sir John Soane's Museum
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Dulwich Picture Gallery is closed for refurbishment and new building and will reopen during Museums Month on 25 May 2000.
Future Exhibitions After Reopening on 25 May 2000
Exhibitions in 2000
Gerrit Dou: Rembrandt's First Pupil
6 September - 19 November 2000
Following the success of the recent Pieter de Hooch exhibition, the Gallery continues its exhibition programme with another Dutch painter of the Golden Age: Gerrit Dou was a master of atmosphere and is best known for his pictures of daily life - mothers with children, painters in their studios, scholars, musicians, astronomers, schoolmasters and shopkeepers: scenes packed with symbolic messages and moralising folklore.
The exhibition has generously been funded by the Arthur and Holly Magill Foundation.
Exhibitions in 2000 - 2001
The Man Who Drew Pooh: The Art of E.H Shepard
5 December 2000 - 14 January 2001 (extended to 21st January)
EH Shepard was one of Britain's best loved illustrators. Apart from creating Pooh Bear, Piglet and their friends he was also a political cartoonist.
Murillo: Scenes of Childhood:
14 February - 29 April 2001
The first international loan exhibition of seventeenth century Spanish paintings of ragamuffins and urchins, the street children of Seville.
Admission £4; Senior Citizens £3; unemployed, disabled,
students and children free.
Open: Tuesday to Friday 10-5; Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays 11-5.
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