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Rodin's Sculptures Decorate Tsaritsyno
19.09.2012 15:31
Rodin's Sculptures Decorate Tsaritsyno

 An exhibition of the great French sculptor of the late 19th – early 20th century Auguste Rodin will open on September 19 in the Tsaritsyno Park in Moscow. 

      The exposition includes 175 masterpieces by the sculptor. It is the first Rodin’s exhibitions of such a large scale in Moscow.

"Four large bronze sculptures (The Thinker, The Burghers of Calais, Balzac, and The Kiss) have already been set up in the Palace Square in Tsaritsyno. 38 more sculptures of a smaller size will be seen in the halls of the Grain House", the department of culture reports.

      Visitors will also see fragments of elegant sculptural compositions Mouvements de Dance, Rodin's etchings from the well-known album of the Gupil firm, as well as documents, sketches and photos from the personal archive of the French master.

      The exhibition runs from September 19 to November 4.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Auguste Rodin Tsaritsyno Exhibitions in Moscow Sculpture  

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