Peter Caledon Cameron Watercolor Painting "Evening After A Yacht Race," 1895
Peter Caledon Cameron (British, 1852 – 1934)
Even After A Yacht Race, 1895
Watercolor painting on paper
Signed to the lower right
Title and date inscribed to the lower right
Peter Caledon Cameron was born in England around 1852. He was certified as a British government art master in 1883, and practiced plein-air watercolor painting. Cameron moved to the United States in the late 20th century, and lived in Philadelphia and Washington D.C. While the landscape painting practices in Philadelphia were moving towards Impressionism before the turn of the century and solidified with the New Hope Art Colony, Cameron continued to paint realist depictions of the landscapes he visited, seeking an accurate and near-perfect depiction of nature often noting time and place near his signature.
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- Item not examined outside of mounting
- slight toning; waving to sheet; tearing to lower right corner; abrasions to frame; tearing to paper backing.
- measures frame; sight measures 49.75" W x 29.5" H.