The musée Rodin

A monographic museum, the Musée Rodin contains the largest collection of the sculptor’s works at two sites, in Paris, at the Hôtel Biron, and in Meudon, site of his former home, atelier, and reserve collection. Created in 1916, thanks to Auguste Rodin’s donation of his works and his collections to the French State, it opened in 1919.  The artist’s international renown as the author of universally famous sculptures has contributed to the reputation of both places.

Renovation works

Partial opening of the museum until November 2015 (renovation work of the hotel Biron). Masterpieces including The Kiss are on display in the exhibition area. Camille Claudel’s works are not shown.

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