I am a big fan of Edgar Britton. My father C.H. Alexander worked as a electrcian and carpenter for Mrs. Britton and aquired 3 beautiful bronze pieces in the late 70's. One being a prototype sculpture for a bank in Denver. The piece was incorporated into a beautiful lamp base. The other 2 being bronze pieces similar to the Herod & Salome piece. I am considering selling each piece. email@example.com. The work is timeless and of great interest to many who know Edgar Britton.
Best Rediscovery of a Nearly Forgotten Colorado Artist - 2002
I was thrilled to read your article on Edgar Britton. Mr. Britton was a friend of my Grandfathers. During their time together Mr. Britton carved an Elephant from a dinosaur bone that my Grandfather had acquired. Mr. Britton also made several pieces of jewelry for my grandmother, all erotic in nature. My family still possesses these items but has rarely seen any other Edgar Britton works that are similar to them. It is nice to find that Mr. Britton is becoming recognized for his unusual works along with the more common subject matters that his art encompassed.