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Katharine Cameron

  1874 – 1965
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Morven   1927

Original etching and drypoint.

Very good impression of this scarce etching and drypoint by Kate Cameron. A signed proof printed with plate tone, from the only edition.



L’Auberge   1927

Original etching and drypoint.

Excellent impression from the only edition of 50 signed proofs.


McConnachie sold

McConnachie   1926

Original etching.

Very fine signed proof impression. A proof aside from the only published edition, inscribed in ink by the artist with the name “McConnachie”.



The younger sister of Sir David Young Cameron, Katharine Cameron was a highly respected artist in her own right. Although she earned her living as an artist from the many commissions she received for her watercolour illustrations for children’s books, she produced a notable body of original etched work which is much prized by collectors.

Encouraged by her brother, Katharine Cameron took up etching in 1898 and her landscape works reflect his direct influence. Almost all of Katharine Cameron’s landscape etchings depict her native Scotland. From around 1911 onwards Katharine Cameron began to pursue original etching in earnest and she became best known for her highly stylised naturalistic studies of flowers with attendant butterflies and bees. [more]