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Huxley-Parlour gallery are pleased to announce an exhibition of over 30 vintage photographs from the studios of Auguste Rodin (1840-1917). The photographs in the exhibition capture a wide-ranging group of sculptures, including some of the most iconic of Rodin’s oeuvre.

Press Release

During his lifetime, Auguste Rodin employed a series of professional photographers to document his sculptures. Rodin also enlisted the use of the camera to document the changing stages of his sculpture, from clay maquette to completed bronze. He was one of the first sculptors to document this process from conception to realisation through photography.

Photographs exhibited in the forthcoming …

During his lifetime, Auguste Rodin employed a series of professional photographers to document his sculptures. Rodin also enlisted the use of the camera to document the changing stages of his sculpture, from clay maquette to completed bronze. He was one of the first sculptors to document this process from conception to realisation through photography.

Photographs exhibited in the forthcoming exhibition include those taken by Jacques-Ernest Bulloz, Eugène Druet and Pierre Choumoff, all of whom had different styles and approaches to the medium, which they brought with them to their depiction …

Location

3-5 Swallow St
London, GB
Mon – Sat 10am – 5.30pm Closed on bank holidays Closed on Saturdays during August