OTClark emails received:
January 2011: Mary of Canada writes and sends a photograph of a painting purchased in Norfolk, England in 1996. It’s signed as OT Clark but its house is more contemporary. Perhaps this is a very late work of Mr Clark.
July 19, 2009: Mary Ann from Maryland writes that she purchased a framed “By A Country Lane” at a garage sale for $1.00 in Smithsburg, MD. The print is stamped Mallard Frame Inc. in Lumpkin, Georgia.
July 2009: Ivan from Maryland writes to say he purchased a small framed print of “By A Country Lane” at an auction and found this site via Google search. The 5 x 8 inch print says in the lower left corner “G P 7192, Lithg in U S A “
May 2009: Cathy D. from Canada sends me photos of her “On The Dart” print.
February 2009: Bonnie from Ontario Canada writes that her husband purchased a “By A Country Lane” framed lithograph from a local flea market for $10.00. She says it’s in beautiful condition, despite it’s unflattering, contemporary frame. “By A Country Lane” shows a tiny 'G.P. 7199 LITHO IN USA’ mark in the lower left hand corner.
December 2008: Charles B. of England has two O.T. Clark oil painting which he received as a gift from a friend.
November 2008: Vicky K. of South Minneapolis writes to say she purchased her OT Clark reprouction “By A Country Lane” at an estate sale.
September 7, 2008: A new photo submitted by Ruby M. of British Columbia, Canada, my first “Friend of O.T. Clark.” I also received a photo and email from the Vaughn’s of North Carolina. The list of emails and photos keep growing!
August 28, 2008: email and photo received from the Allen family of England of their prized OT Clark.
June 6, 2008: An email received from D. and V. Snyder saying they have a “By A Country Lane” lithograph. “It hung in my grandmother's living room and when she died I got it because I enjoyed the scene.”
June 2, 2008: More photos submitted by Marcia
April 27, 2008 - OT Clarks great-granddaughter, Marcia, writes me to share her memories of having OT Clark paintings in her childhood home. She recently purchased her own at an art auction in Surrey, England (shown above) and also has a small watercolor of a cottage near a creek with a bridge over it, 2 swans in the water. She also has a lithograph of “By A Country Lane.”
March 15, 2008 - Tami writes on behalf of a friend who has a painting of “By A Country Lane.” It appears to be a 1960’s era reproduction.
March 9, 2008 - Chris P. of Arkansas writes to say a print of “By A Country Lane” had hung at her aunts home for over 50 years. She now has it displayed in her home. She also sent me a photo of her as a very small girl with the OT Clark print on the wall behind her.
March 5, 2008 - Amelia writes me to say she has a painting signed OT Clark titled “Ye Olde Forest Gate.” Shown at right, it depicts a person at a cross-arm gate, a gravel road leading into a property surrounded by a picket fence, a gate house and a country manor to the right side. There are chickens on the road, lots of shubbery and trees. This painting has been sold.
March 4, 2008 - Gordie writes to say he has “By A Country Lane” and another unsigned print that could be attributed to OT Clark.
Feb 27, 2008 - J.W. writes to say she has “By A Country Lane”
Feb 25, 2008 - Stephen in Austria writes to say his family has had 2 OTC oil paintings at their home in England for many years.