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Auguste Rodin

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Klappentext In essays as revealing of their author as they are of their subject, Rilke examines Rodin's life and work, and explains the often elusive connection between the creative forces that drive great literature and art. Inhaltsverzeichnis Part IÈvePaolo et FrancescaL'Homme au nez Casse / Man with the Broken NoseL'Homme des Premiers Ages / Age of BronzeSaint Jean-BaptisteLa Voix Intérieure / The Inner VoiceL'Èternel Printemps / Eternal SpringtimeL'Èternelle Idole / The Eternal IdolLe Penseur / The ThinkerLa Pensée / ThoughtDessin / StudyDessin / StudyMadame VicuñaBust of J. P. LaurensMonument a Victor Hugo (ébauche) / Monument to Victor Hugo (figure study)Bourgeois de Calais / The Burghers of CalaisBourgeois de Calais / The Burghers of CalaisL'Enfant Prodigue / The Prodigal SonLa Tour de Travail / Tower of LaborÈtude de nu pour le Balzac / Nude Study of Balzac Part IIBalzacMain / HandClemenceauDessin / Study

Product details

Authors Rainer Rilke, Rainer Maria Rilke
Assisted by Rainer Maria Rilke (Illustration)
Publisher Dover Publications Inc.
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 28.07.2006
EAN 9780486447209
ISBN 978-0-486-44720-9
No. of pages 112
Series Dover Fine Art, History of Art
Dover Books on Art, Art Histor
Dover Fine Art, History of Art
Dover Books on Art, Art Histor
Subject Humanities, art, music > Art > Antiques

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