Pathfoot Concourse Gallery

The Pathfoot Concourse Gallery, located in the northwest of University of Stirling's parkland campus at Bridge of Allan, houses the majority of the university's art collection. A varied collection and dating predominately from the 1970s, it comprises more than 300 pieces including sculptures, paintings, etchings and sketches and tapestries from Frink, Paolozzi, Sutherland, Heron, and Hepworth. The collections has benefitted from two major gifts; fourteen works by the colourist J.D. Fergusson (1874 - 1961), presented by his widow and a further 18 works, including paintings by Elizabeth Blackadder (b.1931), Anne Redpath (1895 - 1965), William McTaggart (1835 - 1910) and Alberto Morrocco (1917-98), which came from the Scottish Arts Council.

Other parts of the collection are distributed around the campus, with some larger sculptures being displayed outside.

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