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Rodin and photography. Gallimard / Musée Rodin, 2007. Throughout his career, Auguste Rodin maintained a passionate yet little-known relationship with photography. Keen to make his sculptures better known, from 1880 he opened the doors of his studio to a number of photographers, including Charles Bodmer, Victor Pannelier and D. Freuler. Stephen Haweis and Henry Coles, Jean Limet and Edward Steichen took a different look at his work. For them, sculpture is a matter of interpretation, not reproduction. It's their vision that seduces us, not just the work itself. These photographs, brought together here for the first time, offer a new and unexpected journey into Rodin's work. They allow us to grasp the secrets and diversity of Rodin's work, from the artist's first approaches to the finished sculpture. Paperback, French text. Nine copies. Publisher: Gallimard / Musée Rodin
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