Opened in 2003 and built to an award-winning design by internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry, the Maggie's Centre is one of Dundee's most beautiful buildings.
Designed as a care centre for those suffering from or affected by cancer, it commands spectacular views across the Tay. As well as its striking appearance and breathtaking setting, the Centre also boasts a significant collection of Scottish art, most of which was donated by local collector Neil Livingston (1920-2010). On display within the Centre are works by:
A stunning Antony Gormley sculpture stands outside in the landscaped garden. Since 2004 the Centre has kindly allowed us to catalogue these works as part of the collections at Ninewells, although they remain the property of the Maggie Keswick Jencks Cancer Caring Trust. You can see a selection of the artworks here. Find out more about the Maggie's Centre here.
Left:Sea Spray, Carnoustie by William Bradley Lamond (1857-1924)
Right:Reverie by George Paul Chalmers (1843-1878)
Left: Droving the Cattle (Ward's Farm, Leuchars) by Joseph Milne (1857-1911)
Right:Evening, Montrose by William Dalglish (1857-1909)