(1848 - 1917)
Walter Clark was active/lived in New York. Walter Clark is known for tonalist landscape, marine amd genre painting, Indian sculpture.
Biography Walter Clark
Before settling into a career as an Impressionist* landscape painter, Walter Clark was a sculptor of portrait busts, and among his subjects were terra-cotta* depictions of American Indians. He studied engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, traveled in Europe, India, China, and Japan, and then spent time in Wyoming as a sheep herder.
He returned to New York to study art at the National Academy of Design^ with Lemuel Wilmarth and for five years with Jonathan Scott Hartley. In 1880, he came much under the influence of George Inness Sr., because of having a studio next to Inness. Beginning 1883, Clark was exhibiting landscapes at the National Academy of Design, and increasingly, he was turning from T
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