Elizabeth Blackadder RA, Honﬂeur, 400 x 584 mm
Watercolour. A topographical picture reminiscent of the work of the water colourists of the thirties. A work of exceptional clarity illustrating the adage that what you leave out is as important as what you put in. It makes an interesting comparison with the solid painting of ‘Hillside Traquair’ and the inventive painting of ‘Cat and Flowers’.