Accumulated over more than a hundred years ago, the Collection consists mainly of European, principally British paintings, drawings and prints, dating from the 17th century to the present day, with small collections of sculpture, ceramics, and photographs. Outstanding elements are the Sadler Gift of early 20th-century British art, the collections of drawings and paintings by artists of the Camden Town and Bloomsbury groups and their contemporaries, and works by former Gregory Fellows on Painting and Sculpture.
Map reference: SE 295347 Lat: 53.80848 Long: -1.55279
From Leeds city centre take the A660 towards Skipton. After one mile the main University building is on your left. The Gallery is situated in the Parkinson building on Woodhouse Lane. The entrance is off the south end of the Parkinson Court (turn left at main reception desk). There is wheelchair access to the gallery from the north entrance of the Parkinson Building (via Chemistry) with a disabled parking space nearby.
By Public Transport:
Buses 1,56,85,96,96A,97,97A and X84 from Leeds city-centre stop outside the Parkinson Building.
Parking: with charge
Accessible by Public Transport: 1 mile from Leeds station