Shown here are some political sculptures by Paul Conrad. Honored and respected by his peers, internationally acclaimed for his editorial cartoons and a three time Pulitzer Prize winner, Conrad is also widely recognized for his bronze sculpture.

For nearly 20 years, he has depicted political figures in bronzes, many of them following the caricature style of his incisive commentary on political events. Viewers will see humor, pathos, compassion, wit and satire in his interpretations from the victory stance of Richard Nixon to the dramatic, yet fragile attitude of Abraham Lincoln.

The political sculptures have gained wide exposure in exhibitions across the country, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Los Angeles Times Bureau in Washington, D.C., and the Huntington Library in Pasadena, which also houses the complete archive of Conrad's originals.

Conrad has also successfully executed some major pieces of public sculpture, including the noted Chain Reaction peace sculpture in Santa Monica and art of unique religious expression located in several California churches and educational institutions.

The political sculptures are produced in limited editions of 24 and are cast at a foundry in Los Angeles, CA. Each piece is numbered and signed by Conrad, and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

Here are some of the Bronze Sculptures Available from Paul Conrad:

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George W. Bush

Tiger Woods

Martin Luther King
"Free At Last"

John F. Kennedy

Bill and Hillary Clinton

George Bush
("I was not in the loop")

Abraham Lincoln

Robert Kennedy

(Robs the Poor, Gives to the Rich)


Each bronze is approximately 14" high by 3" wide. Each custom hand rubbed, walnut base is approximately 9" in length by 9" in width by 2.5" high. Each weighs approximately 15 lbs. Specific details for each particular piece available upon request.

Other political figures are available. Complete brochure available on request.
Prices start at $4,500.00

All images on these pages are Copyright 2008, Conrad Associates.

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