Born in London, the son of sculptor Robert Lindsey Clark, he studied
in Cheltenham, 1905-10, and at the City and Guilds School, Kensington,
After World War I, in which he served as a Captain (winning
), he completed his studies at the RA
Schools, and received
commissions for war memorials.
He executed the Southwark War Memorial,
London, and the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Memorial, Kelvingrove
Park, Glasgow (1924).
He also executed sculpture for churches and
cathedrals, and the statue of William Dennis, the 'Potato King',
at Kirton, Lincolnshire (1930).
He exhibited at the RA
and at the Salon des Artistes, Paris, from 1921.