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A new exhibition that showcases a range of extraordinary work by a women artists working in Scotland throughout the 20th century opens in Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery on Saturday 6th February, running until Saturday 9th May.
The exhibition brings together work by an array of well known artists including Elizabeth Blackadder, Anne Redpath and Joan Eardley, alongside paintings by a number of their lesser known but equally notable contemporaries.
Particular highlights include a selection of Blackadder’s Japanese inspired works and a varied series of works by Joan Eardley that illustrate an artistic journey of changing style, form and medium. Across illustrations, drawings, and paintings, this exhibition demonstrates the key contribution made by these artists to the story of British art whilst at the same time documenting the evolution of the 20th century female artist.
Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery
Clydebank Town Hall
5 Hall Street
10.00am – 4.30pm on Tuesday – Saturday