Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), “L’Eternal Printemps,” circa 1901, marble, 26-1/4 in.

Since November 2016, the Groninger Museum (Netherlands) has been showcasing the largest Rodin exhibition ever to take place in the country.  Time is running out to see for yourself!

Featuring more than 140 sculptures and 20 works on paper, “Rodin: Genius at Work” is a major exhibition on view through April 30 at the Groninger Museum, Netherlands.  In recognition of the modern sculptor’s death 100 years ago, museums across the globe have—or will be—opening significant exhibitions throughout 2017.

Via the Groninger Museum, “’Rodin: Genius at Work’ features plaster and bronze sculptures, including famous works like “The Thinker” and “Balzac”, as well as marble figures, ceramics, and never-before-exhibited photographs, illustrating the breadth of the artist’s creativity.  The show also reveals the unique working process behind several of his most famous works, such as ‘The Kiss’.”

To learn more, visit the Groninger Museum.

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