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    Mario Carrieri,David Schaff
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    Gruppo Mondiale Est. (1999)
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Home Rodin, August Rodin: Plasters & Bronzes. Bibliographic Details. 2. Rodin Plasters & Bronzes. Carrieri, Mario & David Schaff. Published by Gruppo Mondiale Est.

Home Rodin, August Rodin: Plasters & Bronzes. Rodin: Plasters & Bronzes. Published by Gruppo Mondiale Es. 1999. ISBN 10: 8890039000, ISBN 13: 9788890039003. Title: Rodin: Plasters & Bronzes Publisher: Gruppo Mondiale Est. Publication Date: 1999 Binding: Soft cover Book Condition: Very Good. Plasters & bronzes. Published by Gruppo Mondiale Est (1999). (1999).

Made in Brussels, this figure, one of Rodin’s most famous works, attests to the sculptor’s masterly skill and his attention to living nature that informs the pose and the modelling

Made in Brussels, this figure, one of Rodin’s most famous works, attests to the sculptor’s masterly skill and his attention to living nature that informs the pose and the modelling. A young Belgian soldier, Auguste Ney,was the model for this statue devoid of any element that would shed light on the subject’s identity. The untitled work was exhibited at the Cercle Artistique, Brussels, in 1877, then, entitled The Age of Bronze, at the Salon in Paris, where it caused a scandal. Also known as The Awakening Man or The Vanquished One, the statue recalls one of the early ages of mankind.

Rodin: Plasters & Bronzes. This book is the first publication of an ensemble that is still in formation. The book is a testament to the dedication, single-mindedness, and perseverance of the owner; and to the genius who is considered the founder of modern sculpture.

Rodin by Mario Carrieri, 1999, Produced by Robert . Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. plasters and bronzes. Essay and captions by David Schaff. Includes bibliographical references (p. 142-143).

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World.

Rodin experienced unusual modernist assemblages of bronze mounted in naturalistic wood rocks and even rough stones which announce Brancusi experiments. Following our previous post about the bronze cast of the Crouching Woman offered by Rodin to Camille Claudel, this plaster is Camille’s answer to Rodin’s anguish and nervous figure. Rodin’s is not human, almost animal when Camille’s is rounder, softer and based on her own experience as a woman. Both are dramatic and admirable.

Rodin worked as Carrier-Belleuse' chief assistant until 1870, designing roof decorations and staircase and doorway embellishments. In Brussels, Rodin created his first full-scale work, The Age of Bronze, having returned from Italy. With the arrival of the Franco-Prussian War, Rodin was called to serve in the French National Guard, but his service was brief due to his near-sightedness. Decorators' work had dwindled because of the war, yet Rodin needed to support his family, as poverty was a continual difficulty for him until about the age of 30. Carrier-Belleuse soon asked.

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Plaster Marble Sèvres porcelain Bronze. He first produced the work in plaster, then in Sevres porcelain and finally in white marble. Suzon is an early bust of a woman by Auguste Rodin, created between 1872 and 1873 when he wholly worked on commissions. It was inspired by late 18th century Romantic works whilst Rodin was in exile in Brussels due to the Franco-Prussian War. He created it in homage to Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, another sculptor also in exile He first produced the work in plaster, then in Sevres porcelain and finally in white marble

From the Foreword: This collection has been assembled during the past decade to form a cohesive representation of Rodin's works. This book is the first publication of an ensemble that is still in formation. The book is a testament to the dedication, single-mindedness, and perseverance of the owner; and to the nineteenth-century's genius who is considered the founder of modern sculpture.