Person    | Male  Born 1796  Died 1842

George Clarke

Categories: Sculpture

George Clarke

Sculptor. Born Birmingham. Moved to London following the success of his first entry at the Royal Academy in 1821. His work was popular and he was prolific but from 1832 onwards he was short of money. Having returned to Birmingham he died there.

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George Clarke

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John Cartwright

Bronze.  This statue, considered Clarke's best work, belongs to the select gr...

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