John Heaviside Clark (December 7, 1771 - October, 1863), a.k.a. 'Waterloo Clark', was a Scottish engraver and painter active in Edinburgh and London in the first half of the 19th century. Clark was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. He specialized sea and landscape acquaints. He is best known for his sketches of the Battle of Waterloo (1815) made first-hand on the field of battle - earning him the nickname 'Waterloo Clark. Clark specialized sea and landscape aquatints, which were regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1801 and 1732. He was the author of A practical essay on the art of Colouring and Painting Landscapes, with illustrations, published in 1807, and A practical Illustration of Gilpin's Day, 1824. Clark died in Edinburgh in 1863.

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