Clark, Claude, (Jivin' Scribe)
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"Jivin' Scribe" by Claude Clark
10 7/8 x 6 1/8 inches etching -- framed (1941)
Claude Clark was a famous African American artist. He was a printmaker and an easel painter. He used European tools and methods of work. Clark did a variety of work ranging from figures, flower studies, landscapes, boat marine life and nonobjective abstract. Clark was a master of light and color. He has been listed in numerous art directories and books. Clark's work can be found at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C., de Young Museum in San Francisco, plus numerous other major art museums and collections throughout the country.