David Cameron (1865)
- Category : Art-Fine-art-artist
- Type : PSP
- Profile : 4/6 - Opportunistic / Role Model
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Service 2
Scottish fine artist of painting and etchings, classified as one of the most important etchers of the early twentieth century. He started on a mercantile career, studying at the Glasgow Art School and later at Edinburgh School of Art. He began to etch in 1887 and developed his own style emphasizing design and austerity of feeling in architecture and landscape. Two of his noted works are, "Five Sisters" released in 1907 and "Ben Ledi" in 1911. Cameron was elected Associate of the Royal Academy, as engraver in 1911, as painter in 1916 and as Academician in 1920 and he has been Knighted. Many of his paintings are in European and British museums.
Cameron died 9/16/1945, Perth, Scotland.