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Slide set: [Tinworth's sculpture The Prodigal Son] (religious: privately made, 3 slides, n.d.)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
[1]
Prodigal Son -- the fatted calf, the ring
[2]
Prodigal Son -- the old and new shoes, the best robe
[3]
Prodigal Son -- the old coat, music and dancing
Number of slides
3
Manufacturer
Main type of image
photograph
Main usage of set
religious
Date of first manufacture
unknown
Person linked to this set

creator of source image(s): TINWORTH, George  (1843-1913)

Notes
The three slides show portions of the 1875 terracotta sculpture The Prodigal Son by George Tinworth, but have been rephotographed from a published source rather than taken from the original. The original sculpture was presented to the West Australian Art Gallery in Perth in 1935.
Lucerna ID  3007709

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 20 January 2014

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