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William Clark (attributed) (1803-1883)
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William Clark was born in Greenock in 1803. Hew as the son of a mariner and grew up to become a successful ship portraitist. He worked for his entire career in Greenock, and made a good living off his art until his death on November 11, 1883. Clark was also an inventor and designer developing the idea for today’s ‘bow thruster’ a century before it became common. 

Scottish Hermaphrodite-Brigs Topaz and Amethest (attributed)
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