Item #AT-0348

"Under the Pier, Provincetown" Oil on Canvas by Eliot Candee Clark (1883-1980)


"Under the Pier, Provincetown" by Eliot Candee Clark (1883-1980) Oil on canvas depicting a view of the ocean from beneath the pier, with colorful vessels on blue/green reflective waters, seagulls flying overhead in the grey/blue sky.Presented in a custom verdigris patinated frame with geometric carved motifs. Signed lower left Eliot Clark. On the Verso "Under the Pier, Provincetown"


Canvas: 26" x 40"

Frame: 49" x 34 3/4"

Born in NYC on March 27, 1883, Eliot Clarkwas the son of artist Walter Clark. After studying briefly at the Art Students League under Potthast and Twachtman, he taught there during 1912-22.

While based in New York City, he made painting trips to the West during the 1920s and 1930s. Small oils of Yosemite are extant.

Salmagundi Club; National Academy; National Art Club

National Academy of Design, 1912, 1922 (prizes);
Biltmore Hotel (Los Angeles), 1928.

National Academy of Design, Fort Worth Art Center; Maryland Institute (Baltimore); MM; Woodrow Wilson House (Washington, DC); Baltimore Museum; San Antonio Museum; Dayton Art Institute.