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Homer Hone Clark
(Provo, UT, 1922 - 2010, Holladay, UT)
Homer Hone Clark was born in Provo. A Salt Lake City physician, he divided his time between the visual arts and other pursuits, finding time during and after study in Provo (to 1943)—at New York's Columbia University (1943), the Art Student's League (1943, 1948, 1950, 1957), and the University of Utah (1957)—to not only carry on his practice as a local pathologist associated with the LDS Hospital but also as a member in the Associated Utah Artists. He was also a doctor in the employ of the late Howard Hughes; made fine violins; had regular instate showings of his award-winning oils, very fluid and sophisticated watercolors, and graphics works; and published his drawings and paintings in several medical journals, including the Journal of the American Medical Association, and Pathologic Physiology.