R. and R. Clark (Edinburgh)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Printers founded in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1864 by Robert Clark (d. 1894). Originally based 13 George Street, then moving to larger premises at 42 Hanover Street and finally to Brandon Street. The firm printed the works of both Robert Louis Stevenson and Sir Walter Scott and the important reference work Who’s Who for fifty years.
In 1946, the ownership of the company was gifted to the University of Edinburgh. In 1962 it was taken over by the Thyne Group and then, after a management buy-out in 1979 became part of the ill-fated ClarkConstable merger which ceased trading a few years later.
Landscape in art before Claude & Salvator - London: 1885
Herman Friedrich Grimm
Life Of Michael Angelo By Herman Grimm Translated With The Author's Sanction By Fanny Elizabeth Bunnett Translator Of Gervinus' Shakespeare Commentaries, And Author Of 'Louise Juliane, Electress Palatine, And Her Times,' Etc. With Photographic Portrait. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. (II.) - London:: 1865. [This Work is Copyright.]
Catalogue Of The Works Of Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A. Exhibiting In The Royal Academy, National Galleries, Edinburgh. October And November 1876. - Edinburgh: 1876.
A Book of Nursery Rhymes / Illustrated by Enid Marx - London: 1939