Elizabeth Blackadder

The artist Elizabeth Blackadder is a Scottish painter and printmaker who was born in Falkirk, Scotland. She was the first woman to be elected to both the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Academy. Elizabeth Blackadder is well known for her delicate paintings of flowers and still life subjects, however, she has also painted landscapes and portraits. She paints with both oils and watercolour, but uses the latter most frequently as it is well suited to conveying her sensitive brushwork. Regular trips abroad, particularly to Japan, helped stimulate her interest in colour and pattern.

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