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David Baxter (1793–1872)

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The statue was originally stood outdoors but, following vandalism and weather damage, it was removed from the park and displayed inside the Albert Institute. It was returned to the park in 2007 and relocated inside the newly restored pavilion.

David Baxter (1793–1872)





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Acquisition method

commissioned and funded by public subscription, 1862

Work type



Dundee District Council

Work status



at all times

Access note

viewable through a window when the pavilion is closed.


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Located at

Baxter Park, City of Dundee


Set in Baxter Park Pavilion.