Age of Bronze by Rodin Lost Wax Bronze Grande 74H -
In 1875, Rodin visited Italy and studied the art works of Renaissance masters Donatello and Michelangelo. The Italian trip was the turning point of Rodin's career which influenced the creation of this sculpture, The Age of Bronze. The Age of Bronze illustrates a male nude classically influenced in a state of calm thought. The sinuous lines of the male form are characteristic of Rodin's lifelike sculpting. The Age of Bronze sculpture gained Auguste Rodin notoriety when it created a scandal at the Paris Salon in 1877 because critics believed he had used a casting in order to get such a realistic piece.
- Our gallery quality reproduction is made from bronze metal in the lost wax bronze method
- Measures 73 in H x 28 in W x 20 in D. Base is 18 in W x 20 in D. (5584_74)
- Item is available in two bronze colors: black and mid-range bronze. Availability will vary for each color.
- Freight delivery via truck service to Continental US only.
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