Age of Bronze by Auguste Rodin Statue Sculpture Realism Nude Man Male Figure 37" x 11"

SKU: 55905
2 in stock

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 37" X Width 11"
Marble Dimensions:11" X 11"
Height without base:36"
Weight:36 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

The Age of Bronze stands as a captivating reproduction in a small scale of Auguste Rodin's first life-sized sculpture. Originally cast and created in Belgium, the sculpture made its debut in an exhibition. Rodin's inspiration for this masterpiece emerged during his visit to Florence, where he immersed himself in the works of the Renaissance Sculpture masters. Driven by a desire for the perfect representation of the human body, Rodin was known to consider himself incapable of creativity without observing living models. This commitment to capturing the essence of the human form is evident in The Age of Bronze, showcasing Rodin's dedication to achieving perfection. Rodin's meticulous modeling and attention to detail in The Age of Bronze resulted in a sculpture so impeccably rendered that it sparked accusations of using a life cast. The life-sized statue's perfection raised eyebrows and skepticism, reflecting Rodin's extraordinary ability to breathe life into his creations. The controversy surrounding the sculpture adds an intriguing layer to its history, emphasizing Rodin's skill in capturing the human form with such precision that it appeared to transcend artistic mastery. The small-scale reproduction preserves the essence of this remarkable work, inviting viewers to appreciate Rodin's dedication to perfection and the timeless allure of The Age of Bronze. As a testament to Rodin's influence and artistry, this reproduction offers art enthusiasts a glimpse into the master sculptor's creative process and his unyielding commitment to achieving the highest level of representation in his work. The sculpture serves as a tribute to Rodin's legacy, capturing a moment in the artist's career where his dedication to the art of sculpture reached new heights.