Willard G. “Bill” Clark, founder of the Clark Center for Japanese Art near Hanford, poses in 2000 with his first piece, a Japanese hanging scroll titled the Hawk and Egret by artist Ohara Keizan.
Willard G. “Bill” Clark, founder of the Clark Center for Japanese Art near Hanford, poses in 2000 with his first piece, a Japanese hanging scroll titled the Hawk and Egret by artist Ohara Keizan. DARRELL WONG Fresno Bee file
Willard G. “Bill” Clark, founder of the Clark Center for Japanese Art near Hanford, poses in 2000 with his first piece, a Japanese hanging scroll titled the Hawk and Egret by artist Ohara Keizan. DARRELL WONG Fresno Bee file

Willard G. ‘Bill’ Clark, rancher and Japanese art collector, dies at 85

November 24, 2015 04:46 PM

UPDATED November 25, 2015 04:04 PM

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