Mary Cameron

United Kingdom (18651921 ) - Artworks
CAMERON Mary Scottish Coastal Scene

Lawrences of Bletchingley /Apr 21, 2009
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Mary Cameron - Gullane Golf Course

Mary Cameron - Gullane Golf Course

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Lot number: 105
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MEASUREMENTS measurements note 77 by 101.5 cm.; 30 ¼ by 40 in. DESCRIPTION signed l.r.: M. Cameron.; signed and inscribed on a labelattached to the reverse of the frame: Mary Cameron / 11 MelvillePlace / Edinburgh / Ecosse oil on canvas PROVENANCE Doig Wilson & Wheatley, Edinburgh;Aitken Dott & Son, Edinburgh
Mary Cameron - Feeding Time

Mary Cameron - Feeding Time

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Lot number: 37
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Lot 37 MARY CAMERON (SCOTTISH C.1865-1921) FEEDING TIME Signed with initials, oil on canvas 49cm x 67cm (19.25in x 24.5in) Estimate £800-1,200
Mary Cameron - Scottish Coastal Scene

Mary Cameron - Scottish Coastal Scene

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Lot number: 1311
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Mary Cameron, oil on canvas, Scottish coastal scene, unframed
Mary Cameron - The Storm, Iona

Mary Cameron - The Storm, Iona

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Lot number: 35
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MARY CAMERON (SCOTTISH 1865 - 1921) AFTER THE STORM, IONA oil on canvas, signed 68.5 cm x 81.2 cm Note : Mary Cameron (Mrs Alexis Miller) was born in Edinburgh and studied in Edinburgh and Paris. She painted many Spanish scenes, particularly bull fights, and lived for a period in Madrid and Seville. She exhibited fifty-six works at the Royal Scottish Academy between 1886 and 1919. Her work rarely appears at auction but Sotheby's and Christie's have sold examples.
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