Fuller-Clark, Herbert

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Fuller-Clark, Herbert (1869–after 1912). English Arts-and-Crafts architect. He was responsible for the rich interior of the ground-floor of the Black Friar public-house at Blackfriars, London (1905), with Henry Poole (1878–1928). He also designed Boulting's Offices at Riding House Street, a remarkably free composition, and 40 and 41a Foley Street, both in London (c.1908). He appears to have been in Jamaica, West Indies, in 1912.

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A. S. Gray (1985)