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AUGUSTE RODIN (1840-1917)

 
Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013. Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.  
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<br>The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013.
Minotaure, version à la base carréeConceived circa 18 24 x 28 1/2 x 27 in. bronze with brown and green patina
Provenance
Private Collection, Los Angeles

115,000

Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was in many ways ahead of his time in the way he depicted his subjects. The work of Rodin is often a little ambiguous or rough at first glance, and there is not always a clear-cut representation of the subject. This unique approach to creation was what propelled Rodin to great international importance, and today, Rodin is considered one of the most important sculptors in art history for his romantic and almost expressionist approach to sculpture.

The present subject alludes to the fabled minotaur in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Several versions and castings of this form exist in public and private collections worldwide, and the present work was cast in 2013.
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