Libbiloo sculpture.


Russel Wright (1904-1976) was considered to be the most prolific American Industrial Designer of the 20th Century. The products he created influenced modernism, for the home, from the 1930's through the 1950's. This figure is a reproduction of Wright's circus "horse." Its rolling mane and muscular body were intended to be used as a set of bookends or as a decorative accessory. His sister's name was Elizabeth, however, he always called her "Libbs" or "Libbylou" as her nickname.  So when he named this particular became Libbiloo.

Material: Cold Cast Resin
Approx Dimensions: L: 9.5" x W: 3.5" x H: 4" 
Weight: 2.15 lbs