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46 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3NH, Scotland (TSOH)
Katharine Cameron (Kate Cameron) RSW RE (1874-1965)

View of Amberley Castle and St Michael's Church, Amberley, near Arundel, West Sussex 1916. Drawn from the River Arun, near Bury, looking east.
Period 1860-1884
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Description

Watercolour and pencil, 5½ x 13½ inches (framed, 13½ x 21 inches), inscribed "Amberley, Sussex" verso and extensively inscribed in pencil by the artist below mount with sketching and colouring notes. Inscribed "to A.K. 1916" in pencil. This is a watercolour sketch for an etching, with drypoint, of the identical size, that Kate Cameron made of Amberley Castle, incorrectly titled "Amberley, The Monastery", around 1917. She inscribed it for her close friend, Arthur Kay (1860-1939), whom she later married. Ex-collection: Lt Col Mark Goodson RTR (ret'd)

The artist

Flower and landscape painter in watercolour, oil and gouache; book illustrator, as well as an accomplished etcher. Sister of Sir David Young Cameron

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