Antique American Mcclelland Barclay full nude candlestick phone stand bronze lamp, circa 1920. This bronze candlestick phone stand with lamp features a full body nude by Mcclelland Barclay (1891-1943). This rare piece has the original patina. Unrestored phone.
This is one of the rarest original bronzes made by Mcclelland Barclay. It has amazing details like the gold patina used to represent blond hair. The facial details are exceptional. This is a spectacular piece by on the of most famous American artists. [ASAM 227]
About Mcclelland Barclay
Mcclelland Barclay (1891-1943) was an American illustrator, who by age 21 was published in the Saturday Evening Post, Ladies Home Journal, and The Cosmopolitan. He was commissioned as a Lieutenant in the Naval Reserve in 1938 and went on active duty after Pearl Harbor. At the time of his death he was a Lieutenant Commander.
18″H x 9″W x 7″D
McClelland Barclay Full Nude Bronze Lamp Candlestick Phone Stand
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