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This marble statue, called “Prodigal Son,” was made by American sculptor George Grey Barnard in 1904-1906. It was later donated to Louisville, KY’s Speed Art Museum, where it resides today.
Although the statue has full 360-degree access, it is between 20-25 feet tall, so this 3-D model is a partial photogrammetry scan of the statue, as a full scan would require bringing a ladder to the museum. Because of this, the top of the model is incomplete. A more comprehensive scan of the artifact would result in a complete 3-D model without holes.
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