William Pardoe Clarke, Landscape Painter

(b. 1818, d. ?)

Landscape Painter

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Was born in 1818, the son of William Clarke and his wife Elizabeth Pardoe, a native of York. The father was for some years a drawing-master in Dublin, and afterwards Governor of Naas Gaol. In 1841 William Pardoe Clarke, then aged 23 and living at Naas with his father, made his first contribution to the Royal Hibernian Academy, sending two Views. He continued as an exhibitor until 1848, but after that date no further record of him has been found.

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