Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Toilette de Venus - Auguste Rodin


Another beautiful bronze by French sculptor Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) emanating from his ‘Gates of Hell’ series.


See more posts on the master sculptor here.

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Blogger KG said...

:-) I can't work out why but my reaction to great art is always a big, wide grin of pure delight. And Rodin does it most reliably.
Thank you PC.

5 Aug 2009, 00:12:00  
Blogger Jeff Perren said...

If that's at the Gates of Hell I'd better get busy and sin some more. Come to think of it, that's not a bad idea, anyway...


That's you, embracing the joyous, the life-enhancing. Go for it!

5 Aug 2009, 01:45:00  
Anonymous Marcus said...

Once again, thanks for the art & architecture posts, Peter. They're most appreciated.

5 Aug 2009, 09:13:00  
Blogger PC said...

Thanks for the thanks. You're very welcome. :-)

5 Aug 2009, 09:52:00  
Anonymous mawm said...

I had the pleasure of seeing the Rodin exhibition in Washinton about 30 yrs ago. They had collected his works from around the world - 'The Burghers of Calais', 'The Walking Man', 'The Thinker', etc. It was a very, very pleasurable 8 hours I spent soaking the senses with this incredible man's art.

Have you read 'Naked came I' (David Weiss?) - a dramatised story of Rodin's life?

5 Aug 2009, 19:54:00  

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