Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By David Cameron - Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By Douglas Cameron
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By Douglas Cameron
Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By Douglas Cameron
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Scottish 19th Century Oil Painting Loch Shiel Highland Cattle By Douglas Cameron

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  • This stunning 19th Century oil painting, by renowned artist Douglas Cameron, captures the pastoral beauty of Scotland. The Loch Shiel Highland Cattle are expertly rendered in vibrant hues and the scenery of the highlands is depicted in exquisite detail. A true masterpiece to be treasured for years to come!
  • Title “Highland Cattle Drinking By Loch Side”
  • Subject animal pastoral landscape view of the known Scottish scenic honeypot view of Los Thiel, with longhorn cattle grazing and drinking.
  • Signed lower left on the canvas front  by the well-known Scottish artist Douglas Cameron.
  • Impressive size with the frame being 90 cm wide and 65 cm high.
  • Your focus is drawn to the fascinating hills & mountains in the background, with the tallest peak, which has thick mist that is traveling around the upper valley, which adds great intrigued & mystery to this amazing scene, having such impressive perspective and exceptional  detail. Lower down on the Los shoreline are longhorn Highland cattle who are mainly grazing with 2 drinking in the Los. Light shimmers along the calm' waters surface. Rolling hills with lush vegetation and heather can be seen on the ground in places. Above, with a mainly overcast cloudy sky with spots of blue shining through. A stream is trickling down the side of the upper valley into the loch. The different hues are so vivid.
  • Oil on canvas.
  • Artist biography Douglas Cameron is a well-known 19th century to early 20th century Scottish artist who flourished between the years 1880 to 1910. He loved painting around Scotland showcasing the beautiful scenic lote country views of animals, particularly cattle in the highlands. His use of hues to show off natural light in his works. Douglas Cameron artworks have been exhibited & sold at auctions around the world, with sold prices fetching up to $9,082 US dollars, of which the highest price was for Highland cattle grazing beside a lote at Christie’s.
  • Provenance Britannia Gallery & auction label attached, with a stamp for Reeves & Sons London & now in the collection of Cheshire Antiques Consultant.
    Provenance label verso.
  • Los Thiel (Scottish Gaelic: Los Seiler) is a freshwater lote situated 20 kilometers (12 mi) west of Fort William in the Highland council area of Scotland. At 28 kilometers (17+1⁄2 mi) long[1], it is the 4th longest lote in Scotland, and is the longest to have retained a natural outflow without any regulation of its water level, being 120 m (393 ft) deep. Its nature changes considerably along its length, being deep and enclosed by mountains in the north-east and shallow, surrounded by bog and rough pasture in the south-west, from which end the 4 km River Thiel drains to the sea in Loch Moidart near Castle Tioram. The surrounding highlands are picturesque but relatively rarely climbed as none quite reaches the 3,000 ft (910 m) required for Munro status. A number of the hills are classified as Corbett, including Benin Resinol, Sgùrr Intrachain and Shorr Crabro a' Intrachain on the southern side of the lote; and Benin Adhara HBeAg on the northern side. The area is well wooded compared to the many Highland areas that have suffered from overgrazing. The view of the lote looking south from the Finagle monument, showing wooded hillsides with bare summits rising steeply from a fjord-like lote, has become one of the most famous images of the Scottish Highlands. Several major films have used the lote for location shooting.
  • Los Thiel is less than 10 meters above sea level, and was formed at the end of the last ice age when glacial deposits blocked what was formerly a sea loch An exceptional fine example of his work.
  • Set in a late gilt frame.
  • Circa late 19th century Victorian era.
  • Such a delightful historical scene to the eye. 
  • Highly sought after due to the collectible nature of the honeypot scenic landscape subject matter, such elaborate detail. 
  • With hanging thread on the back ready for immediate home wall display. 
  • Incredible conversation piece for your guests. 
  • We only select & sell paintings based upon subject, quality & significance. 
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  • Condition report. 
  • Offered in fine used condition. 
  • Front painting surface is in good overall order. Having foxing staining, craquement in areas. The frame, which has general wear, scuffs, chips, stains, some losses in areas commensurate with usage & age. 
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Dimensions in centimeters of the frame

High (65 cm)
Wide (90 cm)
Depth thickness of frame (4.5 cm)



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