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2015 / World-renown Japanese art collector Bill Clark passed away on Nov. 22 at 85

Bill Clark on May 22, 2009

Willard G. “Bill” Clark, founder of the Clark Center for Japanese Art at Hanford in Central California passed away on Nov. 22, 2015 on his ranch where he lived for all his 85 years. Mr. Clark who was the fifth generation of rancher had turned to be export-businessman. He loved Japanese art and his...
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Clark Collection, the very best of Japanese art in the nation goes on display at UC Berkeley Art Museum, Aug 25 – Dec 12

Clark Collection, the very best of Japanese art in the nation goes on display at UC Berkeley Art Museum, Aug 25 – Dec 12

Cultural News, 2010 September Issue Berkeley – The very best of Japanese art in this country goes on display at the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in the exhibition Flowers of the Four Seasons: Ten Centuries of Art from the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture. Featuring 112...
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2009 / Bill Clark: Sowing the world with seeds of Japanese art scholarship

Clark with Medal

Cultural News, 2009 July By Meher McArthur Visitors to the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture in Hanford, a small town in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, pass through field after field of grazing cattle and groves of walnut trees and finally find themselves in a little corner of Japan, in...
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