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Dulwich Picture Gallery

Gallery Road

London, Greater London SE21 7AD

United Kingdom

Company Description

Dulwich Picture Gallery is the world's first purpose-built public art gallery: it was founded in 1811 when Sir Francis Bourgeois RA bequeathed his collection of old masters "for the inspection of the public". Today the Gallery is a vibrant cultural hub ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Curator

English Heritage, London region

Education

Master

History

Edinburgh University

Master's of Art

History

University of Edinburgh

first class degree

history

Edinburgh University

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South London Women Artists - Community News

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We are delighted that the Director, Ian Dejardin, has agreed that, for the first time, the works will be displayed in the temporary exhibition space of the Gallery rather than in the Linbury Room.

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I think the South London Women Artists is a marvelous initiative, and long overdue...' Ian Dejardin, Director Dulwich Picture Gallery


Mona Lisa Copy | Oil Painting Reproductions - Bohemian Fine Art

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"The original Mona Lisa," said Ian Dejardin, director of Dulwich Picture Gallery, "has lost a lot of its colour, which is why it has that dark-brown, honeyed quality to it.

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Some scholars argue this suggests that the original was cut down at some point, "perhaps to fit a good frame, on the whim of a king", according to Mr Dejardin.
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Copies like this one would have been made, according to Mr Dejardin, as a primary means of reproducing a well-regarded work, which was clearly laborious before the days of photography.
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Mr Dejardin said: "Provenance and art history were then in their infancy.


So, the question was how to ...

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So, the question was how to introduce her in one country and show her in a new and interesting way in another - by highlighting her diligence, her perseverance, her empathy and how these qualities are embedded in her work," says Milroy, who spent the past three years putting together the exhibition with co-curator Ian Dejardin, director of the Dulwich Gallery.

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Milroy and Dejardin also collaborated on a lavishly illustrated new book that accompanies the exhibition.
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In a bold move aimed at delineating Carr's oeuvre from the First Nations cultures, Milroy and Dejardin decided to show her works in dialogue with dozens of indigenous artifacts from the Pacific Northwest that were carefully selected with the help of James Hart, a Haida hereditary chief and master carver.


Members enjoyed a fantastic reception, an ...

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Members enjoyed a fantastic reception, an informative introduction by director Ian Dejardin, and an unparallelled opportunity to view the works in relative quiet.

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Private Viewing on a Thursday evening, comprising Garden Reception, Introductory Talks by the Dulwich Picture Gallery's director, Ian Dejardin, and by the Netherlands Ambassador, Count Jan de Marchant et d'Ansembourg.


The Brixton Open, 2005 the judges

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Ian Dejardin:

Ian is Director of the Dulwich Picture Gallery - and was previously the Senior Curator at English Heritage (London region), which included the Kenwood Collection. He is a Brixton boy and enjoys all aspects of the arts - in 2001 he was on the panel for the Hunting Art Prize at the RCA.

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