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© the artist / Bridgeman Images. Photo credit: NHS Lothian (Edinburgh & Lothians Health Foundation)

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Elizabeth Blackadder was born in Falkirk in 1931. She is today one of Britain's most renowned artists and was the first woman to be elected as a member of the Royal Scottish Academy as well as the Royal Academy. She paints in oil and watercolours and has worked with printmakers on a variety of printing techniques. Her sensitivity to her surroundings has inspired many still life paintings, as well as many portraits of her cats, where she captures the paraphernalia around her studio and her domestic interior in compositions tending towards the abstract. The objects featured in her paintings are often those she collected during her many travels in Europe and in the East. The space between objects and their resonance with each other hold a great fascination for her.

NHS Lothian (Edinburgh & Lothian Health Foundation)

Edinburgh


Medium

ink & watercolour

Measurements

H 66 x W 97 cm

Accession number

1702

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

Elizabeth V. Blackadder


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NHS Lothian (Edinburgh & Lothian Health Foundation)

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