Great post, can't wait to visit Dulwich Picture Gallery and see the Ravilious exhibition.
What a mouthwatering trailer, will definitely visit the Dulwich this year, having never done so before
Thanks for your comments - Dulwich Picture Gallery is always worth visiting... amazing place, wonderful collection, and a cafe!
Have noted Ravilious dates for a treat, but also noted Emily Carr, as have just "stumbled" across the Haida totem poles of British Columbia while reading about an Edwardian collector. (The one in the Cambridge Museum of Anthropology soars through three floors!) I believe there is also one in Kew Gardens? Thanks for bringing the Dulwich programme to your followers.
Thanks - as I said, Emily Carr is one not to miss
What wonderful news, I will definitely make the pilgrimage down from Scotland! I saw the Emily Carr exhibition at Dulwich in November and loved it.The cafe is good too! I had dragged my long-suffering husband out to Dulwich by train that rainy November Saturday, as part of a very busy weekend in London. The cafe was the saving grace for him.Now enjoying my Ravilious V&A calendar - a Christmas present to myself.