John McClarey is an extraordinarily gifted sculptor who concentrates primarily on the form of Abraham Lincoln. The artist's fascination with Lincoln comes to life in several sculptures he created in his Decatur studio. His most recent work, a life-sized sculpture of Lincoln in bronze, was created on commission by the University of Illinois Library and the Gerda B. Morteson Center for International Library Programs, and now resides in the Russian State Library for Foreign Literature in Moscow. McClarey's sculptures can be found in a number of museums and private collections, including the Henry Horner Lincoln Collection of the Illinois State Historical Library and the Lincoln Home National Historic Site.
John McClarey currently offers several different Lincoln sculptures for sale. All prices include shipping, with Illinois residents subject to 7.5% sales tax. Contact him directly for further information.
Bonded bronze, $450
Solid bronze, $1,900
Edition limited to 20 pieces
Copy number 1 commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Russian State Library for Foreign Literature in Moscow, having been commissioned by the University of Illinois Library and the Gerda B. Morteson Center for International Library Programs.
24 inches high, bonded bronze, $700
Edition limited to 30 pieces
Created by the sculptor as a tribute to Lincoln's efforts to make this nation a "government of the people, by the people, and for the people." It enjoins Americans to strive on to finish the work of democracy.
16 inches high, bonded bronze, $450
Edition limited to 56 pieces
"Civil War President" shows the staunch President as he handled the crises of the Union.
10 inches high, bonded bronze on a walnut base,
"Trial Lawyer" recognizes Lincoln as one of the leading lawyers in the Prairie State before his rise to the Presidency.
14 inches high, bonded bronze on walnut base, $280
"Lincoln Family CA 1858 shows the Lincoln family as they appeared to the friends and neighbors.
8 inches high, bonded bronze, on walnut base $175
"The Campaigner" presents Lincoln as a skilled politician and man of vision.