Sir David Young Cameron
Pencil signed Proof
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A pencil signed proof colour print
after the oil painting on canvas
David Young Cameron
Sir David Young Cameron; 1865-1945, painter and etcher, and influential figure in the art world of London and Edinburgh, was born in Glasgow and trained at the Glasgow School of Art and in Edinburgh. He established an reputation as an etcher, but it is as a painter of the Scottish landscape that he is remembered.
Most of the 150 David cameron pencil signed chromolithographs produced were shipped for the American market, but James Connell had exclusive rights for Europe for DYC's paintings and prints until 1930 –and so only about 50 of these were destined for the Glasgow & London galleries and this will be one of them. Some retailed for £9/9/0 in 1930s in Harrods, and upmarket galleries
The original painting painted in 1930 is in the Bristol Art Gallery.
A superbly atmospheric print which has retained its excellent colouring, bright and unfaded.
The image measures 48 cms. x 32 cms, (183/4 x 121/4 ins.) within a fine platemark and impression on a medium wove paper sheet size 58 cms. x 42 cms, (23 x 161/2 ins.) signed in the image 'D. Y. Cameron'
The sheet is signed in pencil by the artist to bottom right and carries a 'Fine Arts Trade Guild' embossed blind stamp in lower left margin.
Published by W.J. Stacey, London
Unframed and unmounted, the condition of the image and sheet is excellent with a light toning to a previous mat window.