(1891 - 1943)
McClelland Barclay was active/lived in Missouri, New York, California. McClelland Barclay is known for illustration-female figure.
"Colorful, talented, and seen all around town." In these words, LIFE
magazine succinctly described the famous and flamboyant illustrator,
Collectors of bronze, paper, magazine
covers, or art featuring beautiful women, will almost certainly have
seen examples of Barclay's bold and easily-identifiable work.
Barclay was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1891 and worked out of a studio in New York City, beginning in 1912.
and patriotic, he served in the Navy in World War I. He created a
memorable series of posters for the Red Cross, the military and other
service organizations, receiving commendations and awards. He also
designed Republican posters, and even managed to sneak pretty girls
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