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Jean Clark (1902 - 1999)

Painter, born in Sidcup, Kent, who was married to the artist Cosmo Clark.  She studied at Sidcup School of Art, 1913-19, and Royal Academy Schools, 1920, and after at Richard Sickert School of Painting, Broadstairs.  She was made a member of RWS in 1972, and she had a retrospective at Bankside gallery in 1983; she was made an honorary member of the NEAC in 1981.  Additionally exhibited at BBA and NEAC.  Completed murals for Corpus Christi Church in Weston-super-Mare and ceiling painting for Woodford Green United Free Church.  Lived in London, later in Shottisham; died in Saxstead, Suffolk. Chappel Galleries, Chappel, held a joint jean and Cosmo Clark show in 2002.

Ballerinas
Jean Clark
Ballerinas  For sale
£200
Study for the Committee Room of the...
Jean Clark
Study for the Committee Room of the...  For sale