(1869 - 1953)
John Frederick Mowbray-Clarke was active/lived in New York / Jamaica. John MowbrayClarke is known for sculptor-animal, figure and metals.
Biography John Mowbray-Clarke
John Frederick Mowbray-Clarke, a sculptor and specialist in medals and animals, was born in 1869 in Jamaica. One of the organizers of the Armory Show in 1913, he exhibited several works including a plaster sculpture entitled "Whither", formerly in the collection of William Speck. The work was reproduced in a March 1913 article by Julian Street, "Why I Became a Cubist," in Everybody's Magazine. In Gallery A, displaying American Sculpture and Decorative Art, Mowbray-Clarke showed a 4.5-inch diameter portrait medal with the bust of artist Arthur B. Davies, another of the exhibition organizers. The sculptor and his wife, Mary Mowbray-Clarke, retained ownership of the medal during their lifetimes.
Two of Mowbray-Clarke's bronze medals ar
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