David Cameron (1865–1945) was a successful painter - particularly of architectural subjects, however he also loved landscapes and mountains and was a very influential ‘etcher’. Destined for a commercial career, he began studying evening classes at the Glasgow School of Art, before entering the Royal Institution, Edinburgh, as a full-time student. David Cameron became a skilled etcher, making a name for himself in this medium and gaining international recognition by the 1890’s. His art prints - mainly landscapes and cityscapes - were characterised by strong tonal contrast, which featured dramatic art prints. Cameron was well known and liked in the art world, his work was acclaimed in Edinburgh, London, Berlin and Munich. He held a great many appointments to societies and boards. At artrepublic, view Scottish landscapes from David Cameron.
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