[roh-dan, -dan; French raw-dan]
- (Fran·çois) Au·guste (Re·né) [frahn-swa oh-gyst ruh-ney] /frɑ̃ˈswa oʊˈgüst rəˈneɪ/, 1840–1917, French sculptor.
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Like many artists working online, Rozendaal went to art school and knows his Rodin from his Rembrandt.Would You Buy an Internet Website as Art?
June 3, 2014
For years, Dr. James Chang has used the sculptural hands that Rodin created to teach undergraduate students surgical anatomy.Art Goes High-Tech at These Four Innovative Exhibits
May 29, 2014
Though Rodin may well have known his models, they remain nameless representations of “a” body.
Mapplethorpe is infamous for his raw depictions of sexuality, but Rodin was no prude.
Although cities are the main focus of the project, Rodin says the main benefactors of the challenge are populations.Rockefeller Foundation Announces $100 Million Project to Make Cities More Resilient
May 14, 2013
Rodin had photographs and casts taken from his model and sent them to the experts.
I watched Rodin model the head of Hanako, the Japanese actress.
However that may be, Rodin was struck as if by a revelation.
In order to become our own, it has passed through the great soul of Rodin.
For the price of one statue, therefore, Rodin set out to execute six.
- Auguste (oɡyst). 1840–1917, French sculptor, noted for his portrayal of the human form. His works include The Kiss (1886), The Burghers of Calais (1896), and The Thinker (1905)