Robert Clark (1920-1999)
Artist active after 1960.
“Landscape artist Robert Clark remains mildly enthusiastic about Cambria’s future. A big, soft-spoken man whose realistic, egg-tempera paintings have sold well in recent years, he has settled down in a large comfortable house with attached studio, overlooking a rugged coastline where one often sights the shy sea otter floating in the surf.
Clark’s work habits are like his paintings – thoroughly organized and precise. He roams the countryside searching out ramshackle, weathered barns (of which there is a multitude). After sketches and photos, he closets himself in his studio with his paints. There, under the controlled conditions necessary to
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