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Timed ticketing is now in operation at the ticket desk for the Ravilious exhibition
Due to Popular Demand:
The Ravilious exhibition will be open until 8pm during the final weekends (21-23 & 28-30 August)
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2010 Display: Horace Walpole

23 March - 4 July 2010

Two paintings at Dulwich Picture Gallery - Sir Peter Lely’s A boy as a Shepherd and Charles Jervas’s Dorothy, Viscountess Townshend - were once part of Horace Walpole’s important collection displayed at his pioneering Gothic Revival villa, Stawberry Hill. To coincide with the Horace Walpole exhibition at the V&A these magnificent portraits have been restored. This display offers the opportunity to see the paintings in their improved condition and discover more about their place in Walpole’s collection.