(c. 1814 - 1883)
Thomas Clark was active/lived in United Kingdom, Australia. Thomas Clark is known for painting, engraving.
Biography Thomas Clark
Thomas Clark (1814?-1883)
Born in London, he was the son of artist Thomas Clark and his wife Susan, née Ashley. He was said to have been director of the Nottingham School of Arts before he was appointed anatomical draftsman at King's College, London, in 1843, winning awards from the Royal Society of Arts: the gold medal for landscape painting and the first silver medal for engraving. In February 1846 he was appointed headmaster of the government School of Design, Birmingham. One of his pupils was (Sir) Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898). In December, Clark was also appointed drawing-master at the King Edward's School of Design but resigned from King Edward's in March 1851 and soon afterward left Birmingham.
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