Dulwich Picture Gallery, situated at the heart of leafy Dulwich Village, offers an exclusive setting for any event.

Founded in 1811, the unique building – designed by Sir John Soane – was the first purpose-built public art Gallery in the world. Sir John Soane’s design for Dulwich Picture Gallery has inspired gallery architecture world-wide.

This suite of eight perfectly proportioned rooms interlink to form a stunning enfilade. Famous for its rich red walls and natural lighting, the Old Master paintings are densely hung to recall the Gallery’s Victorian splendour.

Displaying one of the finest collections of Old Masters in the world, guests will be surrounded by some of the greatest names in Baroque painting, such as Rembrandt, Rubens, Canaletto, Murillo and Veronese.

Offering a modern contrast to the historic building, the Linbury Room offers a flexible, contemporary setting with sleek blank walls.

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