• Banksian Cockatoo's WingGouache 38.1 x 68.6 cms
  • Red FeathersGouache 32" x 54"
  • Grey FeathersGouache 25" x 36"
  • Grey feather and Pencil FeathersPencil and Gouache 20" x 20"
  • Underside and Upperside of a Buzzard's WingGouache 28" x 20"
  • Study of Western Tragopan and Three Body FeathersPencil, Ink and Gouache 24.1 x 20.3 cms
  • Banksian CockatooGouache 71.1 x 47.6 cms
  • King Bird of ParadisePencil, Ink and Gouache 34.3 x 52.1 cms
  • Yellow-tailed Black CockatooGouache 71.1 x 53.3 cms
  • Palm CockatooGouache 29" x 20"
  • Grey WingConte crayon, pencil, ink and gouache 129.5 x 219.7 cms
  • Queen of Bavaria ConurePencil, Ink and Gouache 24.1 x 30.5 cms
  • Western TragopanPencil, Ink and Gouache 24.1 x 30.5 cms
  • Study of Banksian Cockatoo with Female Tail FeathersPencil, Ink and Gouache 25.4 x 34.3 cms
  • Study of Palm CockatooPencil, Ink and Gouache 34.3 x 26 cms
  • Study of ShoebillStudy of Shoebill Pencil, Ink and Gouache 72.4 x 48.9 cms
  • Sulphur Crested CockatooPencil, Ink and Gouache 31.1 x 25.4 cms
  • Study of Lears MacawPencil, Ink and Gouache 25.4 x 34.3 cms
  • Study of Glossy CockatooPencil, Ink and Gouache 24.1 x 30.5 cms
  • Bodin's White-tailed CockatooPencil, Ink and Gouache 62.2 x 91.4 cms
  • Red Kite's WingsInk on Paper 111.7 x 149.8 cms
  • Upright WingConte crayon 168.9 x 107.9 cms
  • Yellow WingGouache 109.2 x 86.3 cms
Elizabeth Butterworth was born in Rochdale, Lancashire in 1949. She now lives in Sussex. She is an ornithological artist whose rendering of Macaws was described in 1993 by the art historian and critic Ian Dunlop as "without rival this century".

Between 1966 and 1974 she studied at Rochdale School of Art, Maidstone School of Art and the Royal College of Art, London. Elizabeth Butterworth's first exhibition at the Redfern was in 1997 - showing again in 2001 and 2009. Also in 2001 she showed Amazons, Macaws and Cockatoos at the Natural History Museum, London. She has had five solo shows in the USA including one at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York in 1985 and has also shown her work in Ireland and Australia. Her work is in over twenty-five institutions - museums, libraries contemporary art collections, public art galleries and university collections - in England, USA, Australia, Germany, Canada, Venezuela and South Africa.