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Capitoline Red Faun 3D Model
For a full discussion of the restoration of the Red Faun in Studies in Digital Heritage, click here: https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/sdh/article/view/23579
Discovered by Alessandro Furietti in the Academy of Hadrian’s Villa in 1736, the Red Faun was restored by Bartolomeo Cavaceppi and Clemente Bianchi under the patronage of Pope Benedict XIV and donated to the Capitoline Museum ten years later. While the Red Faun (a satyr, actually) has enjoyed its tenure as a mainstay in surveys of Hellenistic art history, renewed interest and skepticism have been cast on the sculpture; was it restored in the spirit of Hellenism or is it an eighteenth-century artifact? Explore some of the restorations here by clicking on “settings” and making the annotations visible.
[Sketchfab allows 20 annotations. Additional detail photographs can be found at https://www.flickr.com/gp/145191478@N02/bp9bkc]