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Graham Arthur Clarke Sold at Auction Prices

Painter, Etcher, Water color painter, Wood cutter, Lithographer, Illustrator, b. 1941 -

Artist Graham Clarke specializes in etchings, watercolors, and block prints of rural and small-town scenes. He grew up in England following the devastation of World War II, developing a unique visual humor and an affinity for viewing the world through the eyes of ordinary working people. Graham Clarke etchings often hint at humor and caricature, sometimes evoking comparison to Thomas Rowlandson, but without the biting satire.

Artist Graham Clarke studied at Beckenham Art School under Samuel Palmer and later at the Royal College of Art with Edward Bawden. These mentors encouraged Clark's interest in traditional landscapes capturing local ambiance accented by his trademark humor. Following graduation in 1964, he came to the attention of Kenneth Clark, an influential art patron whose enthusiasm for Graham Clarke's prints cemented his career. Art collectors can find modern and vintage landscape prints for sale at Invaluable when searching for their next piece of art.

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