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(1915 - 2008)
Elizabeth Cameron first learned to paint from her governess, but received more formal teaching at the Slade Art School and St. John's Wood Art School in London, painting mainly in oils.
In 1939 the Royal Academy and the Royal Scottish Academy accepted landscapes and portraits for exhibition, but the intervening war, her marriage to Allan Cameron, bringing up her children and running a frozen food business occupied most of her talent and energy until 1972 when she began to paint flowers in watercolour.
At first these were roses, tulips, oriental poppies and rhododendrons inspired by the famous Scottish gardens at Brodick, Glenarn, Inverewe and of course her own wonderful garden at Allangrange which she and her husband created.
She received 3 Gold and 3 Silver medals from The Royal Horticultural Society in recognition of her accuracy in botanical detail and for pictorial excellence.
Elizabeth Cameron had numerous solo exhibitions at home and abroad.
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