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Adèle Clark's Artwork

Unidentified Doorway

The Richmond artist and political activist Adèle Clark painted this watercolor of an unidentified doorway. This painting is part of a collection of Clark's artwork at the Virginia Historical Society.

Original Author: Adèle Clark

Created: Twentieth century

Medium: Watercolor

Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society

Young Woman in a Flowered Hat

The Richmond artist and political activist Adèle Clark drew this pen-and-ink portrait of an unidentified woman in a flowered hat and a fur-collared coat. This drawing is part of a collection of Clark's artwork at the Virginia Historical Society.

Original Author: Adèle Clark

Created: Twentieth century

Medium: Pen and ink on paper

Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society

Portrait of an Elderly Couple

The Richmond artist and political activist Adèle Clark painted this oil portrait of an unidentified elderly couple. This painting is part of a collection of Clark's artwork at the Virginia Historical Society.

Original Author: Adèle Clark

Created: Twentieth century

Medium: Oil on board

Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society

Seated Woman Reading

In 1903, the Richmond artist and political activist Adèle Clark drew this charcoal portrait of an unidentified woman reading. The artist signed and dated the work in the lower right hand corner. This drawing is part of a collection of Clark's artwork at the Virginia Historical Society.

Original Author: Adèle Clark

Created: 1903

Medium: Charcoal on cardboard

Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society

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  • Unidentified Doorway

    The Richmond artist and political activist Adèle Clark painted this watercolor of an unidentified doorway. This painting is part of a collection of Clark's artwork at the Virginia Historical Society.

    Original Author: Adèle Clark

    Created: Twentieth century

    Medium: Watercolor

    Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society

  • Young Woman in a Flowered Hat

    The Richmond artist and political activist Adèle Clark drew this pen-and-ink portrait of an unidentified woman in a flowered hat and a fur-collared coat. This drawing is part of a collection of Clark's artwork at the Virginia Historical Society.

    Original Author: Adèle Clark

    Created: Twentieth century

    Medium: Pen and ink on paper

    Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society

  • Portrait of an Elderly Couple

    The Richmond artist and political activist Adèle Clark painted this oil portrait of an unidentified elderly couple. This painting is part of a collection of Clark's artwork at the Virginia Historical Society.

    Original Author: Adèle Clark

    Created: Twentieth century

    Medium: Oil on board

    Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society

  • Seated Woman Reading

    In 1903, the Richmond artist and political activist Adèle Clark drew this charcoal portrait of an unidentified woman reading. The artist signed and dated the work in the lower right hand corner. This drawing is part of a collection of Clark's artwork at the Virginia Historical Society.

    Original Author: Adèle Clark

    Created: 1903

    Medium: Charcoal on cardboard

    Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society