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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.

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