Sir David Cameron

Stirling Castle


Not on display

Sir David Cameron 1865–1945
Oil paint on canvas
Support: 451 × 705 mm
frame: 675 × 930 × 120 mm
Presented by Viscount Bearsted through the Art Fund 1918

Catalogue entry

N03324 STIRLING CASTLE c. 1914 (?)
Inscr. ‘D. Y. Cameron’ b.r.
Canvas, 17 3/4×27 3/4 (45×70·5).
Presented by the Viscount Bearsted through the National Art-Collections Fund 1918.
Coll: D. Y. Cameron, Red Cross Sale, Christie's, 13 April 1918 (901), bought Sir Marcus Samuel, Bt. (later Viscount Bearsted).
Repr: N.A.C.F. Report 1918, 1919, p.41; Tate Gallery Illustrations, 1928, pl.111.

Stirling Castle was a favourite motif of the artist's, and drawings of the castle were shown at the Society of Twelve in 1904 (23) and again in 1910 (41). An oil was exhibited at the R.S.A. in 1914 (398), and at least two other views of the castle were painted, including one in the possession of Arthur Ackermann & Sons, New York, in 1926 (repr. in colour, Apollo, IV, 1926, facing p.216) and another, ‘Spring Sunrise - Stirling’, 24 3/4×30 1/4, belonging to Barbizon House in 1921 (repr., Barbizon House Record, 1921).

Published in:
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, I

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