(1808 - 1890)
Sara Anne Freeman Clarke was active/lived in Massachusetts. Sara Clarke is known for landscape, coastal, miniature, portrait.
Biography Sara Clarke
From Boston, Sara Freeman Clarke was a painter known for landscape painting.
She exhibited scenes from Kentucky, Illinois, and Italy at the Boston Athenaeum, the Apollo Associate, and the American Art-Union. In 1860, her work at the Boston Athenaeum included a portrait of Charles Kemble. She also illustrated a book, "Summer on the Lakes" by Margaret Fuller.
Clarke was a close friend of transcendental philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson and espoused his ideas. She traveled extensively including to North Africa, and her painting "A Triptych of Egyptian Ruins" was likely related to her experiences there.
Groce and Wallace, "The New York Historical Society's Dictionary of Artists in America"
Christie's New York
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