Nell Blair Walden Blaine (1922-1996) was an American artist known for her landscape and still life paintings, etchings, and murals. Born in Richmond, Virginia, she later relocated to New York, New York. Her abstract work is characterized by brilliant colors, and her later work became more figurative. The artist had her first solo show of representation work at the
Tibor de Nagy Gallery in 1953, and she also illustrated a limited edition of Four Poems by Howard Griffin, a close friend. The artist was represented by the Poindexter Gallery until it closed in 1978.