This past first Sunday of September, I had forgotten it was a free entrance museum day, and I remembered at around non, which cut me off the opportunity to get real early to any mayor museum trying to beat the masses. Therefore I chose a less popular but real nice museum to visit: Musee Rodin.
As its name states is the Museum of famous sculptor Auguste Rodin in what was his house and studio. Since I think I cannot successfully describe all his work, this post will be more of a photo post of what I saw at the museum.
Right behind the entrance, this is the actual studio/museum
There are two parts to this museum, the sculptures outside spread in the surrounding garden, and the ones inside the studio/museum.
I started with the ones outside (I will not be posting all, since it would be very long, this is just to show what can you see in the museum).
|The Gates of Hell|
|The Three Shades|
|"Ugolin" sculpture in the middle of the fountain|
|Young Girl with Roses in Hat|
|Young woman and Child|
|Painting of Rodin in his Studio|
|The Tower of Labor|
|The American Athlete|
Now, just time to wait for next month's first Sunday, to see where i can go.