An impressionist watercolor entitled on reverse "Oaks" by Washington, D. C. And St. Augustine, FL artist Roy Clark c. 1920. He studied art under William Lees Judson in California, and also in New York and Washington under Edgar Nye. He was awarded the bronze medal for landscape painting in oil at the Society of Washington Artists' exhibition at the Corcoran gallery in 1933. The painting offered here was an exhibition painting for the Washington Watercolor of which he was a member. Clark won many prizes for his works over the course of his career and is listed in major art references. The painting is in very good condition with only minor lower fading and is in its original gilted frame. It is signed in the lower left and the exhibition label is affixed to the back. It measures 16" x 20"(unframed) and 22" x 25.5"(framed).