Blake Everett Clark (1900 - 1979) was an American artist. Born in Boston, Clark studied at Bowdoin and Tufts before moving to Paris to study at some of its leading art academies. He had returned to Boston by 1925 where he pursued a career in marine and landscape painting. Clark soon began collaborating with Edwin Birger Olsen (1902 - 1996) on a series of three pictorial maps: The Colour of An Old City: A Map of Boston Decorative and Historical, A Kite View of Philadelphia and the Sesqui-Centennial International Exposition, and Map of the City of Washington in the District of Columbia shewing the Architecture and History from the most Ancient Times down the Present. After the map of Washington was published, little is known about Clark and his career.

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