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The Dragon
The Dragon
The Dragon
The Dragon
The Dragon
The Dragon
The Dragon

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The work was commissioned from Alastair Smart who died before being able to carry out the work. Tony Morrow adapted Smart’s original design to create the final work. It was originally sited on the junction of Murraygate and Commercial Street junction but moved in 1996. It was made at Powderhall Bronze foundry.

Date

1992–1994

Medium

bronze

Accession number

DD1_DO_S006

Acquisition method

created for the Dundee Public Art Programme and funded by Dundee District Council and Scottish Enterprise Tayside

Work type

Statue

Owner

Dundee District Council

Work status

extant

Access

at all times


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Located at

Murraygate, City of Dundee

DD1 2AT