Tay Estuary, Evening by Alastair Maclennan, 1965
Dundee has long been a focal point for artistic creativity - the popular conception of the city as an unattractive industrial slum has both enticed and challenged artists over the years. This exhibition reveals some of the different ways artists have depicted Dundee - some critical, some celebratory, but all inspired.
This exhibition is based on the collections of the University of Dundee's Archive, Records Management & Museum Services (ARMMS).
Images and information from the exhibition have been temporarily removed from this site for technical reasons but will be reinstated soon.