(1878 - 1962)
Virginia Hynson Keep Clark was active/lived in Illinois, New York, Florida, Louisiana. Virginia Clark is known for portrait painting, dolls, illustration, art education.
Biography Virginia Clark
Virginia Keep Clark (1878-1962)
Virginia Keep Clark had a long and varied career in art and society. Descended from William Brewster, a Pilgrim of the Plymouth Colony, she was well connected by family and friendship. Born in New Orleans, she made her home in the Midwest and on the East Coast, studying under some of the most well-known art teachers of her day and creating portraits of everyone from poor girls to women of high society. She was a teacher of children and wounded men, an illustrator and a painter, a wife and a hostess, a friend to many, well loved and well remembered. Through her illustrations for Josephine Scribner Gates' Live Dolls series of books, she is still loved and remembered by coll
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