American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rodin, François Auguste René 1840-1917. French sculptor whose innovative, sometimes controversial works include the lifelike Bronze Age (1877) and the uncompleted series Gates of Hell, comprising some of his best-known works, such as The Thinker.
- n. French sculptor noted for his renderings of the human form (1840-1917)
“PARIS — "Henry Moore, L'Atelier" at the Mus é e Rodin is the first Paris exhibition in more than 30 years dedicated to the towering figure of 20th-century British sculpture, who died in 1986 at the age of 88.”
“The DA was called Rodin, which was a contraction of a Russian name that had been a whole lot longer before his great-grandparents came to America.”
“Jerusalem police are searching for a work by French sculptor Auguste Rodin, which is believed to have been stolen from the Israel Museum during renovations.”
“At Ninny Moulin's name Rodin had not been able to repress a movement of surprise.”
“How we love the idea of Rodin and his student/model/muse Camille Claudel, embedded together in his workshop, falling in love while she posed as his ideal woman and he chiselled out representations of her, to be gazed at for eternity.”
“The game's prologue is set during the present day where Bayonetta is working with a muscle man named Enzo (think Danny DeVito) under the influence of a spiritual-leader-cum-crime-boss called Rodin, who looks and sounds suspiciously like Laurence Fishburne.”
“But giving it an identity and fomenting a culture was like taking sculpture to movement or art to impressionism, providing that ‘aha’ moment, so maybe we can think of Dave as a kind of Rodin or Van Gogh of blogging.”
“Many of the featured works, such as Rodin's "The Thinker," are not actually in the Smithsonian.”
“Many also visit the Hakone Open-Air Museum, which has sculptures by artists such as Rodin on its grounds.”
“Nijinsky's magnificent leaps, jetés that electrified contemporaries such as Rodin, Cocteau and Modigliani, must remain recorded by words rather than images.”
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