Dulwich Picture Gallery


Reframed: The Woman in the Window

4 May-4 Sep 2022

Artists shown


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 hosting some of the UK’s leading exhibitions alongside its Permanent Collection of Baroque masterpieces while staging a wide-ranging programme of public events, practical art and community engagement.


Accessibility & facilities

Step-free access
Accessible toilet
Gender neutral toilet
Baby changing facilities
On-site parking

An induction loop operates in the Linbury Room, Art Room, ticket desks, Friends desk and Gallery shop.

We welcome guide, hearing and assistance dogs in all areas of the Gallery. Water bowls are available on request from the Gallery Café.

If you are purchasing a concession ticket as a disabled visitor, you are entitled to a complimentary ticket for your carer. You can purchase your ticket at the admissions desk on arrival, or to bypass this desk you can book online.

The Gallery has wheelchairs available for visitors to borrow during your visit. To book a wheelchair in advance of your visit please contact us on 020 8693 5254 or by email.

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