McClelland Barclay (1891-1943)
McClelland Barclay began his art studies in his hometown of St. Louis, studying at the Museum of Fine Arts there. Later he trained at the Art Students League in New York, studying with George Bridgman and Thomas Fogarty. Barclay painted primarily magazine covers and advertising illustrations—he was known as a "pretty-girl artist," and is most famous for the "Body by Fisher" series of ads he did for the manufacturing company during the twenties and thirties. He was commissioned as a Lieutenant Commander in the Naval Reserves during World War II, and subsequently did a large number of war-related art commissions for the Navy before being killed in action.

Lady with Hounds


Oil on canvas, 32 inches x 24 inches

Pictorial Review, October 1932, cover. 


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