Friday, January 13, 2012

Elizabeth Blackadder

 Dark Hill Fifeshire, 1960 via www.mutualart.com

This is the painting that first captured my interest in the work of Elizabeth Blackadder  (1931). I loved the tones the texture and the contrast - simple. Looking further, I found her series of floral arrangements from a later period. They are loosely styled and wild in nature and feature some of my favourite flowers.

 Anenomes, Ranunculus and Narcissi, 1998 via www.mutualart.com

 Anenomes and Ranunculus via www.mutualart.com

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