Gerard Stamp lives and works in Norfolk, and has a passion for painting and drawing architecture. He is the brother of the late Gavin Stamp OA, the eminent architectural historian who, as a pupil at the College, fought for the protection of the Barry Buildings. This inspired in him a life-long love of Victorian architecture.
Gerard Stamp's Dulwich College 400 (2018), commissioned by the Master for the quatercentenary, will be on display at various locations in Dulwich over the course of the spring and summer. It captures the newly restored Barry Buildings, with a teasing view of The Laboratory, distilling the essence of Dulwich today.