Renow-Clarke, Corinne

Reference: AR RENDate: 1990-2000Extent: 1 box and 50 folders of drawings

Corrine Renow-Clarke studied Landscape Architecture at Gloucester College – she was active as a Landscape Architect in the 1990s. The collection comprises drawings mainly relating to Renow-Clarke’s work on the landscaping of National Trust properties including Ham House in Surrey, Osterley Park in Isleworth and Farnborough Hall in Oxfordshire.  Renow-Clark now works as a textile artist – her inspiration for her crafts is drawn from the local countryside, in her own words she says “landscape influences my creative life” .

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