Exhibition: Elizabeth Blackadder: Favourite Flowers

This exhibition CLOSED on Sun, 21st Nov 2021

This exhibition has finished.

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Cost: £12


Dame Elizabeth Blackadder was one of Scotland’s greatest artists, celebrated for her beguiling and lyrical paintings of flowers. A passionate plantswoman, Blackadder’s garden provided her with rich inspiration year-round, from daffodils to autumn leaves, tulips, iris and lilies.

This exhibition, curated with The Scottish Gallery, brings together a selection of watercolours, etchings and screenprints from throughout her life in the theme of growth, looking ahead to the renewal of life that is always around the corner in the garden.


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Location

The Garden Museum,

5 Lambeth Palace Road, Lambeth, London,
SE1 7LB

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