Rodin - The Thinker - I've loved Rodin for such a long time... I even made a rustic snow sculpture on my front lawn of The Thinker when I was in my teens.

Rodin - The Thinker - I've loved Rodin for such a long time. I even made a rustic snow sculpture on my front lawn of The Thinker when I was in my teens.

Sculpture: Auguste Rodin - Sculpture Dance Exercise (Esquisse de danse), bronze - The Zedign House - Store

Auguste Rodin -Dance Exercise bronze - The Zedign House - Store

Rodin Sculpture, the flow of the form from the material it looks like the subject has just been turned to stone

Portrait of Victor Hugo, sculpted into the marble ~ by Auguste Rodin . it looks to be like a giant wave crashing over the head of Mr. Hugo, which is also made of water.

Rodin was strongly influenced by the work of Michelangelo. The direct experience of the Renaissance master's art, both in Italy and in the Musée du Louvre in Paris, seems to have unlocked for Rodin many of the secrets of Michelangelo's modeling

Rodin was strongly influenced by the work of Michelangelo. The direct experience of the Renaissance master's art, both in Italy and in the Musée du Louvre in Paris, seems to have unlocked for Rodin many of the secrets of Michelangelo's modeling

Auguste Rodin (1840 -1917) LADY SACKVILLE-WEST 1913 Marble H. 57 cm ; W. 75 cm ; D. 57 cm S.809 Lady Sackville-West (1862-1936) was a loyal friend of Rodin’s from 1905 onwards. She was one of those wealthy, elegant society women in Rodin’s entourage who formed the basis of his clientele for portraits, after 1900.

Auguste Rodin (1840 -1917) LADY SACKVILLE-WEST 1913 Marble H. 57 cm ; W. 75 cm ; D. 57 cm S.809 Lady Sackville-West (1862-1936) was a loyal friend of Rodin’s from 1905 onwards. She was one of those wealthy, elegant society women in Rodin’s entourage who formed the basis of his clientele for portraits, after 1900.

....I lived right next to the Rodin in Philadelphia, while in art school... Great memories

The Thinker - Rodin Museum, France, François-Auguste-René Rodin, French sculptor

“Orpheus and Eurydice, Auguste Rodin., ”

Orfeo ed Euridice, Rodin This sculpture depicts Orpheus refusing to look behind him for fear of losing Eurydice. Unfortunately he cannot hold himself back long enough, and Eurydice is lost.

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