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Clement Barnhorn

Clement John Barnhorn (1857–1935) was an American sculptor and educator known for his memorials, architectural sculpture, and ecclesiastic and funerary works.

Early yearsEdit

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio Barnhorn began his art studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati with Louis Rebisso. This was followed by studies in Paris at the Académie Julien under Bouguereau, Peuch and Mercié.

He won medals at both the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo in 1901 and at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis in 1904.[1]

Barnhorn was a member of the National Sculpture Society and exhibited a work, Madonna, at their 1923 exhibition.[2]

Selected worksEdit

 
Cimitero degli Allori, Elizabeth Boott
This work was created for the wife of American artist Frank Duveneck
Barnhorn’s memorial to his friend Frank Duveneck is in the same cemetery.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ National Sculpture Society, Exhibition of American Sculpture Catalogue, 156th Street of Broadway New York, The National Sculpture Society 1923 p.17
  2. ^ National Sculpture Society, 1923 pp. 16–17
  3. ^ Barnhorn, Clement John (1 January 1923). "The Statue of Angels". Retrieved 7 February 2017 – via siris-artinventories.si.edu Library Catalog.