Claude F Clark Sr
(1915 - 2001)
Claude F. Clark, Sr. was active/lived in Alabama, Pennsylvania, California. Claude Clark Sr is known for modernist African-American genre and figure painting.
Biography Claude F. Clark, Sr.
Claude Clark (1915-2001)
He was born on a tenant farm in Georgia in 1915. He received a four year scholarship to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and studied at the Barnes Foundation. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Sacramento State University and a Masters of Arts degree from the University of California, Berkeley.
Clark worked as a print maker in stone lithography, metal plate intaglio, aquatint, etching and carbograph on the Federal Arts Project of the Works Progress Administration in Philadelphia from 1939-1942. During the Depression, he shared a studio with Raymond Steth and worked closely with carborundum print process inventor, Dox Thrash.
He taught at Sacramento State College in 1956,
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