Ten artists. One revolution. Discover the printmakers who captured the spirit of interwar Britain, in this first major exhibition of work from the Grosvenor School of Modern Art. Featuring works by Claude Flight, Cyril Power, Sybil Andrews and more.
This summer, the Dulwich Pavilion returns with the vibrant new Colour Palace, designed by Pricegore architects and Yinka Ilori.
The Gallery houses a collection of over 600 works rich in European masterpieces including Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Canaletto and Poussin.
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, British School after Cornelis Visscher II
, British (?) or Flemish School, after a print by Aegidius Sadeler II, after a painting by Parmigianino or Girolamo Bedoli
, British or Dutch School (Parry Walton?)
, British or Flemish School (Tobias Verhaecht?)
, British School after Bartolomeus Spranger
, Dutch Artist after Claude Lorrain, with figures by Andries Both
, Flemish or British School
, Flemish School
, Flemish School, after Francesco Salviati
, Leiden School
, Prague School
Studio of Francesco Albani
Follower of Francesco Albani
After Cristofano Allori
Possibly after Marcello Bacciarelli
After Marcello Bacciarelli
Attributed to Francis Barlow
After Federico Barocci
Follower of Fra Bartolomeo
After Francesco Bassano