Clark Hulings (November 20, 1922 – February 2, 2011) was an American realist painter. He was born in Florida and raised in New Jersey. Clark afterward lived in Spain, New York, Louisiana, and throughout Europe since settling in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in the further on 1970s. The travels did much to distress his Eager eye for people in the divulge of accomplishing daily tasks.
His training as an performer began as a minor with Sigismund Ivanowsky and George Bridgman, and concluded at the Art Students League of New York gone Frank Reilly. Clark came back to the League to provide a lecture in 2007.
After into the future careers in portraiture and illustration, he devoted himself to easel painting. A open-minded genre painter, he is best known for his elaborate European and Mexican push and street scenes, his yet lifes of roses and his depictions of donkeys. For the later than forty years Hulings’ art has been eagerly sought after by collectors, museums and corporations.