Study for The Secret Clasping Hands Symbol of Togetherness by Auguste Rodin 6HPN# RO15
Rodin was fascinated by the expressiveness and symbolism of hands. In his famous sculpture The Cathedral for example, the hands mirror majestic gothic architecture. These two graceful hands are a study for The Secret, a marble sculpture in which two right hands clutch an abstract, rectangular secret.
- Statue replica is from the highly collectible Parastone Mouseion 3D Museum Collection. PN RO15.
- Included : Full color card with image of original artwork. Description card about artist and artwork. Both cards are in four languages.
- Material : Collectible quality, resin with hand-painted color details, matte and glossy finish.
- Dimensions : 6 in H x 2.5 in D. Weight 0.7 lbs.
This listing is for the larger statue in the picture of two versions. For a miniature version of this statue, see Pocket Art Rodin The Secret. It is about 50% smaller.
About French master sculptor, Auguste Rodin - Rodin (1840-1917) For a long time the life of the sculptor Rodin was marked by the mixed reactions his work provoked with the audience. The lack of understanding for Rodin's work was partly due to the original character of his art. He felt little for the strict formats of Romanticism and neither did he want to identify himself with the neutrality of the Impressionists. Rodin's work is characterized by a passion for the human body and he considered himself incapable of any creativity if he did not have a living model in of him.
"In everything I follow nature and I never pretend I am able to control her. My only ambition is to be subservient and faithful to her". He said.
Questions about his often controversial, erotic works were answered with the remark: "Art is actually nothing more than a manifestation of lust, which only arises from the potency to love."
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