This retrospective of paintings and drawings by the 80-year-old Dame Elizabeth Blackadder is the major summer exhibition at the National Gallery of Scotland Complex.

Blackadder's first exhibition was held at the 57 Gallery in Edinburgh in 1959, and she has since become celebrated for her paintings, watercolours and drawings. She was the first woman artist to be elected to both the Royal Academy and Royal Scottish Academy.

Scottish National Gallery

The Mound, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH2 2EL

0131 624 6200


Opening times

Daily, 10am –​ 5pm (until 7pm Thur) Extended opening until 6pm during August

Free to all

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