This is a scan I made of the head of the bronze scuplture on Monmouth Walk in Cwmbran town centre, South Wales. According to the text on the pedestal it was erected in July 1982 by the Cwmbran Development Corporation. It also says it is the only replica of an original located in Hyde Park, London. However, despite web-searching and looking through images of Hyde Park sculptures, I haven't been able to find out any more about it.
Two STL files are included. One is a simple solid version suitable for hot-filament deposition 3D printers. The other, with the extruded neck, is a shell version suitable for UV-cured resin printers. It has two small holes on the back to prevent suction pulling the model off the build plate and for resin drainage. I've had good results resin printing the shell without any supports which reduces the work involved in post-processing.
The scan was done using the Sony 3D Creator app on my Xperia XZ1 Compact smartphone. It doesn't pick up all of the fine details but it did a good job of creating a usable 3D representation.