Project

Henry Moore 3D model: Recumbent Figure (1938) Special imaging treatments

January 1998 – January 1998

A digital 3D examination of Henry Moore’s large stone Recumbent Figure 1938.

Henry Moore OM, CH, ‘Recumbent Figure’ 1938
Henry Moore OM, CH
Recumbent Figure 1938
Tate
© The Henry Moore Foundation. All Rights Reserved

This innovative and highly accurate presentation of Henry Moore’s Recumbent Figure 1938 allows user to explore the virtual work from all angles – including underneath – none of which would be possible with the real object.

This Shockwave 3D model of the sculpture was made in conjunction with the interactive production company Juniperblue, who have carefully reconstructed the sculpture using an innovative mixture of computer-aided design and digital-imaging techniques.

Project Information

Project type
Digital project
Lead department
Collection Care

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