Norman Clark
  • From an upstairs window -
    Not for sale

    Signed: Norman Clark

    Watercolour over pen and ink

    Exhibited: London, Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, 1969, no.231

    This view is from taken from a bedroom window of Clark's home, Mountfield in the village of Hurstpierpoint. Clark moved to this house in 1948 and lived there until his death in 1992. It was here that he painted many of his most original and inventive still lives and landscapes.

  • The Gothic House, Hurstpierpoint -
    Not for sale

    Signed

    Watercolour over pen and ink and pencil

  • View across the South Downs - cloudy day -
    Not for sale

    Signed

    Watercolour and chalks over pencil

  • Through the drawing room window, Mountfield -
    Not for sale

    Signed and dated: Norman Clark/1948

    Watercolour

    The present work is one of Clark's finest and earliest views taken through windows at his house, Mountfield in the Sussex Village of Hurstpierpoint. he had moved to the village in the previous year and lived there until his death in 1992.

  • Winter - gathering wood, Hurstpierpoint -
    Not for sale

    Signed: Norman Clark

    Watercolour

  • Figures outside an English country church -
    Not for sale

    Watercolour over pencil, 5 by 7 ? ins (12.5 by 18.5 cm)

    Provenance: the artist?s daughter

     

     

    This beautiful early study probably dates from the early to mid 1930s and conveys something of the unconventional eye for detail and original sense of composition that went on to characterise so much of Norman Clark?s work.

  • Still life by a window with The Listener -
    Not for sale

    Signed l.l.: Norman Clark

    Oil on canvas

    Clark's early work in oil is very rare. He almost completely stopped painting in the medium after World War Two, but the work that remains shows how he excelled equally in this medium as he did in watercolour.

  • View over the village of Hurstpierpoint -
    Not for sale

    Oil on panel
  • Still life with a paint box -
    Not for sale

    Signed and dated l.r.: Norman Clark/69

    Oil on canvas laid to board

  • Harvest time by an Italian farm -
    Not for sale

    Watercolour over pen and ink

    The present work dates from the mid 1940s when Clark, serving in the army, was posted to Italy. He painted a number of fine watercolours as well as numerous fascinating sketches in idle moments he had whilst on active service.

  • Members of the artist's family walking over a stile -
    Not for sale

    Signed l.r.: Norman Clark

    Watercolour over pen and ink

    The present watercolour shows Clark's daughter, Penny, taking her young family on a walk near Hurstpierpoint. It is a fine example of Clark's quirky figurative landscapes.

  • Still life by a window with the artist's eisel -
    Not for sale

    Signed l.l.: Norman Clark

    Watercolour over pen and ink

  • The egg and spoon race -
    Not for sale

    Oil on canvas

     

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