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Auguste Rodin has created sculptures which are recognizable to everyone, whether or not they ever stepped foot in a museum. Classics such as The Thinker and The Kiss have a life-like immediacy. Sixty of his best known works spanning 50 years are reproduced in this large-format volume and are seen from different angles to show detail.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published 2001 by PRC Publishing (first published 1995)
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A very interesting biography on the sculptor with great pictures of the works.
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