Elizabeth Blackadder is one of the most popular and respected artists at work today in the British Isles. Her work ranges through still life, landscape and flower painting. She lives and works in Scotland and belongs to the tradition of Scottish painters like William Gillies, one of her teachers, and Anne Redpath. She has exhibited in London and elsewhere since the early sixties and her paintings are known to a wide audience through extensive reproduction. Elizabeth Blackadder is the first woman to be elected to both the Royal Academy and the Royal Scottish Academy. This book explores the development of Elizabeth Blackadder's art in all its richness. It is illustrated with 71 colour and 14 black and white reproductions and it is published in a standard and in a limited edition. A chronology, selected bibliography, lists of solo and selected group exhibitions, and works in public collections provide valuable reference material.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 128
Dimensions: 260 x 220 mm
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