Method Etching
Artist David Young Cameron
Published 1903
Dimensions Image & Plate 265 x 152 mm
Notes Rinder 252 - ii/ii

Published in The Studio in Representative Art of Our Times Pt. IV, 1902-1903.

Sir David Young Cameron (born 28 June 1865 in Glasgow, Scotland, died in Perth, Scotland on 16 September 1945) was one of the biggest figures of the Etching Revival. He was born in Glasgow on June 28, 1865 and studied at the local School of Art in the evenings. In 1885, he entered the Royal Institution in Edinburgh as a full time student. He lived in Glasgow until 1898, when he moved to Kippen, Sterlingshire. Cameron worked extensively in Scotland and occasionally in England and on the Continent. He was member of the Glasgow School and elected to the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers in 1898, to the Royal Scottish Academy in 1919 and to the Royal Academy in 1920. Cameron was knighted in 1924 and appointed King's Painter and Limner in 1933 in Scotland.

Condition: lightly toned, tipped to album page.
Price £275.00
Stock ID 20950