Daniel Clarke began printing in 1990 alongside Richard Ryan at Yale University.  As a student he concentrated in woodcut and etching.  After graduating from Yale in 1993 he worked with Frank Copello in Bedford Stuyvesant before moving to Paris, France where he lives today. 

In Paris, Clarke began printing with the atelier Mourlot, working next to the famous printer Henri Lefebvre.  After Mourlot, Clarke when on to work with Erika Greenberg at Art Maeght doing a brief internship in stone lithography.  In 1998, he began a 10 year collaboration with Michael Woolworth Publications, printing his own work but working for artists such as Jim Dine, Sean Scully, Jose Maria Sicilia, Jaume Plensa to mention a few. 

In 2007 Clarke stops working as a printer/artist to dedicate himself fully to his own work.  Since then, Clarke has worked with Réné Tazé studio making etchings, Keystone Editions in Berlin making lithographs and Steindruck press in Austria making woodcuts and lithographs as well. 

Clarke recently began a book project with Line Press LTD in Brooklyn on an artist book.  Over the past 30 years some 150 editions have been made.  This website is my desire to share this work with you.


Born in 1971 in Southampton, New York, Daniel Clarke completed his studies at Yale University in 1993, before moving to Paris where he has lived and worked since. Clarke has exhibited throughout Europe and the United States, and his work is held in prominent public and private collections, including the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence; and Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, New Haven.