I Am Van Dyck at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Self-Portrait (c.1640) by Sir Anthony van Dyck. Dulwich Picture Gallery Pinterest

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Take a closer look at the 17th-century Flemish artist’s paintings with I Am Van Dyck at the Dulwich Picture Gallery.

Some of Sir Anthony van Dyck’s most famous works go on display in the gallery, from early pieces such as Samson and Delilah (c.1618-21) to his final self-portrait (c. 1640), a new acquisition on loan from the National Portrait Gallery. Recent X-ray studies of van Dyck’s works and historical research reveal the artist’s techniques and processes hidden beneath his bold brushstrokes and beautifully depicted fabrics.

Two contemporary British artworks by Mark Wallinger are showcased alongside the Flemish artist’s work, exploring the meaning of self and individuality.

This exhibition is part of Making Discoveries: Dutch and Flemish Masterpieces, a series of displays exploring the works of van Dyck, Dou, Rubens and Rembrandt at the Dulwich Picture Gallery.

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Dulwich Picture Gallery

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