About Dame Elizabeth Blackadder RA
Known for her paintings of flowers, cats, still lifes and landscapes, Elizabeth Blackadder's work has been influenced by her travels around Europe and the Far East. The Scottish landscape near her home, however, has remained a source of inspiration. In the early 1960s she made a series of lithographs of landscapes and when the Museum of Modern Art in New York commissioned her to make a landscape print of her choice, she made Dark Hill, Fife 1961.
Fifeshire Farm 
Lithograph, 49 x 68 cms
On loan from the New Hall Union Art Committee.