Ian A.C. Dejardin (b. 26 Aug 1955) is an art historian and Director of the Dulwich Picture Gallery in Dulwich, southeast London, England. He succeeded Desmond Shawe-Taylor as Director in 2005 and was previously a Chief Curator at the Gallery from 1998.
Ian Dejardin holds an MA in the History of Art from the University of Edinburgh. He started a doctorate in art history at the University of Warwick, but then spent seven years developing a designer knitwear business in Cumbria. Subsequently he completed a postgraduate diploma in art gallery and museum studies at Manchester University. This was followed by curatorial appointments at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, and with English Heritage (London Region).
In 1998, Dejardin was appointed as a curator at the Dulwich Picture Gallery and was responsible for the Gallery's Permanent Collection of paintings, furniture and works on paper. Dejardin became the Gallery's director in 2005 coordinating several major exhibitions on an annual basis.
Books by Ian Dejardin
- Rembrandt to Gainsborough: Masterpieces from Dulwich Picture Gallery. With Desmond Shawe-Taylor and Giles Waterfield. Merrell Holberton Publishers, 1999.
- Henry Moore: At the Dulwich Picture Gallery. With Ann Garrould and Anita Feldman Bennet. Scala Publishers, 2004. ISBN 978-1-85759-352-5.
- The Dutch Italianates: 17th-Century Masterpieces from Dulwich Picture Gallery, London. Philip Wilson Publishers, 2008. ISBN 978-0-85667-657-4.
- Dulwich Picture Gallery, London: Director's Choice. Scala Publishers, 2009. ISBN 978-1-85759-584-0.
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- "Birthdays". The Guardian (Guardian Media & News). 26 Aug 2014. p. 31.
- Ingrid Beazley (editor), What Are YOU Like, Ian Dejardin, Director of DPG? Dulwich OnView, November 25, 2008.
- Mr. Ian A.C. Dejardin, ZoomInfo Business People Information.
- Interview with Ian Dejardin, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, USA.
- The Dutch Italianates: 17th-century Masterpieces from Dulwich Picture Gallery, Opening Night Lecture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, October 7, 2009.
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