Duncan Cameron was born in Scotland in 1851 and died in 1921. He is considered a landscape painter from the Scottish school. According to records, Cameron was actively painting landscapes using Sterling and Edinburgh countryside and historical monuments as his focus from 1871 to 1900.
Cameron exhibited twenty-five times at the Royal Academy in London and twenty-eight times at the Suffolk Street Gallery. The three most noted works exhibited at the Royal Academy were “The Druid Stores in Arran”, “A Harvest Field in Perthshire” and “Glencoe.”
The Dictionary of Victorian Painters, By Christopher Wood, pg.80 Dictionary of Artists, Graves, pg.46 E. Benezit, Grund, pg. 476 The Royal Society of British Artists & The New English Art Club.1888-1917, pg 74.