Laura Gascoigne

A showstopper is at the heart of this winning show: Dulwich Gallery’s Reframed – The Woman in the Window reviewed

When the window offered her indoors the only pre-screen form of visual entertainment, the temptation to lean out of it – and artists to paint it – was strong

Showstopper: ‘Girl at a Window’, 1645, by Rembrandt. Credit: Dulwich Picture Gallery, London

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