This iconic sculpture of a lion stands alongside another similar to it on the steps outside of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA. Known by virtually everyone who lives in Chicago the lion is a cultural icon of the area.
The larger than life sculpture was made by Edward Kemeys in 1893 out of bronze.
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|Place||Art Institute of Chicago|
Weight of Raw Model - 37g Layer height - 0.15mm Infill Density - 15%