The Artsy Podcast, No. 63: Camille Claudel, the Sculptor Who Inspired Rodin’s Most Sensual Work

Artsy Editorial
Jan 3, 2018 3:52PM

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Over the last few weeks, we’ve translated a few of our readers’ favorite art-historical stories into audio. On our final special episode: the life of sculptor Camille Claudel, whose career was intertwined—for better or worse—with that icon of 20th-century art, Auguste Rodin.

Artsy Editorial

This podcast is hosted and produced by Associate Editor Abigail Cain.

Intro music: “Something Elated” by Broke For Free

Additional music: “Alfama” by Jahzzar, “Cylinder One” by Chris Zabriskie, “Pontes” by Jahzzar, and “Mercy” by Kai Engel

Cover image: (right) Portrait of Camille Claudel via Wikimedia Commons. (left) Auguste Rodin, The Kiss, 1929, Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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