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Dulwich Outdoor Gallery

with Amanda Greatorex

Dulwich Outdoor Gallery, founded by Ingrid Beazley FRSA (1950–2017), is a collection of street art on walls and pavements in the vicinity of Dulwich Picture Gallery. It has been created by some of the top street artists alive today. Their works have a common theme – they are based on the 17th and 18th century paintings in the permanent collection in Dulwich Picture Gallery. Street art is probably the world’s greatest international contemporary art movement. Here it is linked to art from the past, positioning it in the continuum of art history and making Dulwich Outdoor Gallery unique. England’s oldest public art gallery has been an inspiration for its newest.

With a knowledge of both the Old Masters at Dulwich Picture Gallery and endorsed by the original Dulwich Outdoor Gallery Curator and friend, Ingrid Beazley, Amanda Greatorex follows on from her successful Street Art guided walks for the Dulwich Festival.

Amanda is available for one to one, or family group, street art walks by arrangement. 1 or 2 hours, at a time that suits. For more information please email Amanda at info@dulwichoutdoorgallery.co.uk.

Visit the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery Facebook page.

Download the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery map & guide (updated May 2019).

Mad C
Street art guide Amanda Greatorex and local resident David Anthony discuss German graffiti artist Mad C’s interpretation of Anthony Van Dyck’s ‘Venetia, Lady Digby, on her Deathbed’ 1633 (Dulwich Picture Gallery) at The Plough car park, 381 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, London SE22 8JJ.


Visit the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s page on Van Dyck’s ‘Venetia, Lady Digby, on her Deathbed’, where an audio guide is also available.

Read more about Mad C.


Stik
In this film, Amanda and 7 year old Ksenija chat about graffiti artist Stik’s interpretation of Bartolomé Estéban Murillo’s ‘Three Boys’ late 1660s (Dulwich Picture Gallery) at Dulwich Park Bowls Club, College Road, Dulwich Village, London SE21.


Visit the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s page on Murillo’s ‘Three Boys’, where an audio guide is also available.

Read more about Stik.