Exhibition: Anthony Daley: Son of Rubens

This exhibition runs from Sat, 27th Aug 2022 to Sun, 19th Mar 2023. See all dates

This event runs over several days/weeks. Dates include:

Sat,
27th Aug 2022  
(10am - 5pm)
Sun,
28th Aug 2022  
(10am - 5pm)
Tue,
30th Aug 2022  
(10am - 5pm)
Wed,
31st Aug 2022  
(10am - 5pm)
Thu,
1st Sep 2022  
(10am - 5pm)
Fri,
2nd Sep 2022  
(10am - 5pm)
Sat,
3rd Sep 2022  
(10am - 5pm)

This exhibition has not opened yet. Will open on Sat, 27th Aug 2022

Cost: £16.50


Abstract Expressionist painter Anthony Daley will present a new body of work, which explores his career-long fascination with the work of 17th century Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens. Rubens was famed for his mastery of colour and texture through the medium of paint. Inspired by the Gallery’s collection, Daley will reveal how the art of the past continues to offer fresh source material.

Daley came to the UK from Jamaica in 1972, studying at Wimbledon College of Arts in 1982 and Chelsea College of Arts in 1983. Daley was awarded the Pollock-Krasner Painting Fellowship in 1984 and has been the subject of more than 25 solo exhibitions internationally, including exhibitions in London, New York, Los Angeles and Zurich. His work is held by major public institutions including Tate and National Portrait Gallery.

This display is part of the Gallery's new Unlocking Paintings series, which presents new perspectives on the Gallery's collection.


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Location

Dulwich Picture Gallery,

Gallery Road, London ,
SE21 7AD

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