Sir David Young Cameron British, Scottish
Printer Frederick Goulding British

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A view of the Clyde river with vegetation and trees in the foreground and in the distance on the opposite bank of the river. This sweep of the Clyde is referred to in Scottish song as Bothwell Bank.

The Clyde Set included 20 subjects. Some trial impressions were printed at Messrs, Maclure, Macdonald & Co., Glasgow, these being signed in pencil 'D.Y. Cameron' in the lower right corner. The plates were then sent to F. Goulding, London, who after steel-facing them, printed the edition of about 22 sets, published in 1890 by Messrs. E. & E. Silva White, Glasgow. These impressions are signed in pencil 'D.Y. Cameron' to left, 'F. Goulding, Imp.' to right. [Source: Rinder, p. 14]

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