Margaret Clark (1901-2001) Australia

Biographical Information

Born near Newcastle in 1901, Margaret Clark studied at the Julian Ashton School in Sydney.

Known for her children's illustrations of pixies and fairies, she was employed by Sweetacres until 1930 to paint the lids of deluxe confectionery tins.

She held a solo exhibition in Sydney in 1926.

After her marriage in 1929 she did not exhibit again.

However, in 1985 her work was included in an exhibition in Sydney of work by children's illustrators. This collection is now held at the National Trust's Museum of Childhood (NSW).

Margaret Clark died in 2001. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

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Watercolour on paper, 25 x 18 cm
Fine Australian Paintings, Sotheby's, Melbourne.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings61A$341 N/A
Works on Paper128A$3,450 N/A

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