John W. McLoughlin, Jr.

John W. McLoughlin, Jr.
Also Known as
Mickey McLoughlin, Jr.
John W. McLoughlin, Jr.
Bordentown City, New Jersey 1911
Tucson, Arizona 1985
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Luce Artist Biography

John W. McLoughlin's grandfather was a carpenter, and John learned to carve decoys, boats, and kayaks while he was still in high school. He followed the traditions of the Delaware River craftsmen and created hollow, flat-bottomed birds with limited detail. During his life, McLoughlin carved more than fifteen hundred decoys for both hunting and decoration (Gene and Linda Kangas, Decoys: A North American Survey, 1983).

Works by This Artist

ca. 1930s
carved and painted pine with lead and glass