Life Size Fibreglass “The Age of Bronze”, after Auguste RODIN (1840-1917)


Slightly taller than the original, at 196 cm, this recent fibreglass statue is after the 1876 sculpture by Rodin. It was sculpted using a young Belgian soldier, Auguste Ney,  as a model. The plaster original was first exhibited in the Cercle Artistique, Brussels, and then Paris Salon, both in 1877. Bronze copies have been produced continually ever since.

Presumably it can be an outdoors figure, being fibreglass. It presents, at any rate, an impressive statement. It can also be painted bronze, iron or whatever. As this is white, it most closely resembles the original Rodin plaster sculpture.


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