The Rodin Museum was revitalized and reopened on November 2015.
It is located in Rodin's previous studio and home, which has been maintained as a self-financed museum. The grounds contain a beautiful sculpture garden, with many of his famous bronze sculptures including the Thinker, Gates of Hell, Burghers of Calais as well as many more lesser known works.
Inside there are more bronzes, marbles, plaster and terracotta studies and even some of Rodin’s paintings. There is also a collection of Camille Claudel's work.
Ugolino before he devours his children
Many sculptures placed outdoors
3 portraits of Camille Claudel
Various studies and maquettes
Early maquette of the Thinker, in a pose variation
Plaster maquette of the Burghers of Calais
Studies for the Burghers of Calais
Love this emotion
The Tempest in marble
Another portrait of Camille Claudel in marble
Portrait of Rose Beuret, his partner
Camille Claudel's work
Studies and maquettes