Edward Clark, ‘C.P.O. Graham Jackson, Warm Springs, Georgia, mourning the death of FDR, April 23,’, 1945, Heritage Auctions
Edward Clark, ‘C.P.O. Graham Jackson, Warm Springs, Georgia, mourning the death of FDR, April 23,’, 1945, Heritage Auctions
Edward Clark, ‘C.P.O. Graham Jackson, Warm Springs, Georgia, mourning the death of FDR, April 23,’, 1945, Heritage Auctions

This image was featured in Life magazine on April 17, 1945.

Condition Report: Mild creases across all four corners, cracked with short tears in upper and right margins, handling crimps inside right and left edges, otherwise, this print is in very good condition. Paper measures 14.375 x 19.875 inches.

Signature: Life Magazine stamp on verso.

Image rights: Courtesy of Heritage Auctions

About Edward Clark

Edward Clark is best known for his “push-broom technique” in which he uses a household broom, occasionally guided by wooden tracks, to cover a canvas in sweeping strokes of color. Clark was drawn to this kind of nontraditional practice after living in Paris in the early 1950s, where he abandoned representational imagery for the creative freedom of the abstract expressionist movement. He has also been credited as one of the first artists to use shaped canvases. Clark continues to find inspiration for his experimental work through extensive travels.

American, b. 1926, New Orleans, LA, United States

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