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In The Artists' Footsteps
 William Hanna Clarke

William Hanna Clarke

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About the Artist

William Hanna Clarke

Artist: William Hanna Clarke

Date of Birth: 1882
Date of Death: 1924
Place of Death: Kirkcudbright

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Settled in Kirkcudbright 1916. Lived at 9 High Street. Exhibited at Royal Scottish Academy from High Street, 1916, 1917, Neptune Park 1918-1923, 6 Victoria Park 1924.  Tragically killed during construction of new house, Skairkilndale.

A qualified dentist, attended evening classes at Glasgow School of Art.

Professional Bodies:

Exhibited at:
Royal Scottish Academy; RSW; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; Liverpool




Studio, 1922. Scottish Watercolours 1740-1940, Julian Halsby, Batsford. Kirkcudbright: one hundred years of an artists' colony, Patrick Bourne, Atelier Books, Edinburgh, 2000.  Tales of the Kirkcudbright Artists, Haig Gordon, Kirkcudbright, 2006.


Image of artist, Stewartry Museum


Landscape and figure painter, who moved from London to Milngavie before settling in Kirkcudbright.  Almost all his works were country scenes, especially of Kirkcudbright and Stirlingshire at the brighter times of year.  Buried in churchyard with very fine tombstone, carved by his friend, the Glasgow sculptor, Alexander Proudfoot, Royal Scottish Academy.  Stewartry Museum has a collection of his sketches. "Having an idyllic sense of colour,sunlight and the pastoral life surrounding farm steadings and the intimate woodlands captivate him most" - quotation from Studio, 1922.  His watercolour The Tolbooth, Kirkcudbright, Glasgow Art Gallery, is illustrated in Halsby, Scottish watercolours 1740-1940, p227.