(1768 - 1801)
George Davidson was active/lived in Massachusetts. George Davidson is known for Northwest Coast sketches 1792.
Biography George Davidson
George Davidson was an amateur artist and job-painter. A resident of Charlestown, Massachusetts, Davidson served as ship-painter on board the ship Columbia during its famous voyage to the Pacific North-West (1790-1793) under the command of Captain Robert Gray. He made a number of sketches of scenes along the coasts of the present states of Washington and Oregon, some of which have been reproduced. He died somewhere in the Pacific in 1800.
Groce & Wallace "The New York Historical Society's Dictionary of Artists in America"