Clark McDougall was born in St. Thomas on November 21, 1921
He attended Balaclava Street School and S.T.C.I
He lived almost his entire life in the house he was born in at 56 Inkerman Street.
He could never remember wanting to do anything else except be an artist and by 1932 (age 11) he had been introduced to William St. Thomas Smith and Ross Osgoode, two well known professional artists living in St. Thomas - both men became valuable resources as friends and critics for the young artist
In 1933 he began painting watercolors - he was and remained a self taught artist - as a young boy he spent hours pouring over art technique books at the public library- he received some art instruction from Lila McGillivar
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