Dulwich Gallery is the first and oldest picture gallery in England built to store art work. On display – masterpieces exclusively. Its collection boasts works by the Old Masters - Raphael, Rembrandt, Gainsborough. Meticulously designed by the architect John Soane, the building allows daylight to enter through the roof to enable painting viewing in the natural daylight. The gallery has been robber several times during 200 years of its existance. Rembrandt’s Jacob de Gheyn III was stolen three times, then anonymously returned, the story included into the Guinness Book of Records.
Your visit to the museum should include South London Gallery that often hosts great modern art exhibitions, lectures and film screenings.
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