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Museum of Rodin

Auguste Rodin (French, 18401917) brought monumental public sculpture into the modern era. Though he was well acquainted with the academic traditions and idealized subjects of Classical and Renaissance sculpture, Rodin's aim in his work was to be absolutely faithful to nature. His uncanny ability to convey movement and to show the inner feelings of the men and women he portrayed, the bravura of his light-catching modeling, and his extraordinary use of similar figures in different mediums, have established him as one of the greatest sculptors of all time.

He is probably best known for his sclpture The Thinker.

Photo: Gates of Hell

City Elders

Group Photo at The Rodin Museum

The Garden at the Rodin Museum

The Thinker

Vincent Van Gogh at the Rodan Museum

Top of Gates of Hell

Commissioned in 1880, the Gates were largely complete by 1900, but were not cast in bronze until after the artist's death in 1917.

It is based off of the Divine comedy by Dante

Rodin Statue of Balzack


Note the womans head instead of a mans.

Video of The Thinker