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"Female Nude Bronze - Baigneuse - 1880, signed Auguste Rodin"
The art work „Bathing Woman - Baigneuse“ by Auguste Rodin stems from his monumental work “The Gates of Hell”, which was made in the year 1880 and is standing today in the museum „Musée Faure, Aix-les-Bains“ in France. The wonderful designed surfaces of this sculpture, which are typical for the artist, come into one’s own because of the shining bronze. The female nude is posed in gliding flows, the waves on her legs and the hair are worked detailed and elaborated. The 100 percent bronze statue shows the signature of Auguste Rodin.
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Our sculptures are compounded in the process of lost-wax casting. The cast of the figures happens in hand-work. Strict quality inspections are the basic for our fine exhibits.
The artist François Auguste René Rodin lived from 1840 to 1917. He worked as drawer and sculptor. The beginning of the age of sculpture and modern art was connected with Auguste Rodin. His father worked as official and was very conservator. He attended the school “Petite École”, which was specialised in design and mathematics, until the year 1857. In the year 1870 Rodin went for a short time to Brussels with the sculptor Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse. Public commissions were helpful to make known the artist. During a trip to Italy since the year 1875 he studied the art of Michelangelo. In 1877 he went again to Paris to explore the gothic cathedrals.
Height: 30 cm
Width: 15 cm
Depth: 11 cm
Weight: 4,5 kg
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