EuropeanBronzeSKU: EP-185B

Sale price$179.00$89.50
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Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions:
Height 5" X Width 3"
Weight:2 LBS
Inventory:23EP185B 3032

Immerse yourself in the profound world of Auguste Rodin's iconic masterpiece, "The Thinker" (French: Le Penseur), with this captivating bronze sculpture. This renowned artwork, housed in the esteemed Musée Rodin in Paris, is a testament to the power of contemplation and the eternal struggle of the human condition.

"The Thinker" portrays a man deeply engrossed in thought, engaged in an intense internal dialogue. Originally titled "The Poet," it was originally conceived as part of a grand commission for the monumental portal of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Each sculpture within the series represents one of the central characters from Dante's epic poem, "The Divine Comedy." The Thinker, in particular, symbolizes Dante himself, positioned in front of the Gates of Hell, contemplating the profound themes of his poetic masterpiece.

Crafted using the esteemed "Lost Wax Method," this bronze sculpture captures the essence of Rodin's artistic vision. The meticulous casting process ensures the finest details and nuances are preserved, bringing to life the intricate features of the sculpture. Adorned with a rich brown patina, it exudes a sense of timelessness and elegance.

The sculpture proudly bears the signature of its creator, Auguste Rodin, adding to its authenticity and artistic value. With its striking representation of intellect and philosophy, this sculpture serves as a testament to the enduring influence of great thinkers and the legacy of artistic masters like Michelangelo.

As you invite this sculpture into your space, you invite the spirit of intellectual exploration and introspection. It becomes a focal point, an emblem of deep contemplation, and an homage to the beauty of human thought. Whether displayed in your home, office, or gallery, this bronze sculpture invites you to immerse yourself in the captivating world of "The Thinker" and engage with the timeless questions that shape our existence.

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