Duncan Cameron (1837-1916)
|Artist Name||Duncan Cameron (1837-1916)|
|Description||A fine oil on canvas by noted Scottish artist Duncan Cameron and dates to 1900. It is a super evocative landscape which depicts young girls sitting against a bank with the sea in the distance. There is a castle to the right. The painting is full of vitality and Impressionistic colour. It is a fine period Scottish oil painting.
Signed lower left and dated 1900.
|Provenance||RSJ Savage and Son Gallery
John Walls Gallery
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||30 x 20 inches|
|Frame||Framed in a gilt gallery frame 34 inches by 28 inches. In excellent condition.|
|Biography||Duncan Cameron (1837-1916) was born in Perthshire, Scotland and was educated at Dundee and South Kensington, London. He is best known for his fine landscapes of the Scottish countryside with a particular fondness for scenes of cornfields. He exhibited at the RA and at the Society of British Artists, and in 1876 was awarded the Gold Medal at Crystal Palace for showing the best landscape. He died in Edinburgh aged 79.