Sculptures

Rodin was an extraordinary creative artist and a prolific worker. After attending the “Petite École”, he worked in the...

Paintings

Rodin was a prolific draughtsman, producing some 10,000 drawings, over 7,000 of which are now in the Musée Rodin, Paris. His drawings...

Prints

Auguste Rodin was introduced to the dry-point technique in 1881 by his friend Alphonse Legros, a French painter and engraver who had settled in...

Peintures

Rodin’s friendships and tastes led to him surrounding himself with works by the Naturalists (Théodule Ribot, Alfred Roll, Jules...

Ceramics

Rodin was never a ceramicist, in the true sense of the term, but he tried his hand at the genre in several manners. In his youthful years, he...

Photographies

The Musée Rodin has approximately 25,000 photographs, 7,000 of them were collected by Auguste Rodin himself. The subjects and themes are...

Classic arts

In the early 1890s, when living in Meudon, Rodin began to collect ancient works of art from Egypt, Greece and Rome, then later from the Far...

Archives

The artist who is also a collector, archivist, curator and custodian of his own works has become a familiar figure over the last few years....