mardi 7 juin 2011

Musée Rodin



'It is the artist who is truthful and it is photography which lies, for in reality time does not stop...'
- Auguste Rodin

A visit to the museum filled with summer roses and sculptures. How did sculptors manage to instil vitality and sensuality into a piece of bronze, transforming it to exhibit the most fluid movements, the most intense emotions, the most beautiful form of life?

I recommend the musée and jardin for everyone - even if you are only in Paris for a day!

79 Rue de Varenne 75007


8 commentaires:

rL a dit…

I'm on my way to Paris in a months time...this is beautiful. Your blog is filled with inspiration, both in the forms of words and images... as well as the best places to go visit/ shop/ eat.

xo

koko // res pulchrae a dit…

The Rodin museum was my favorite in Paris, as well as the Picasso museum which is also kind of a hidden gem, tucked away from the more touristy spots.

Beautiful pictures, I went in autumn so I missed the roses; nice foliage at the time though!

Rachel a dit…

Absolutely beautiful!

Dianne a dit…

I ask myself the same question every time I see a marble statue. They look alive! Love these photos x

lin a dit…

Your pictures are beautiful. I remember spending a good part of my afternoon there, in a rapture - the sculptures are incredible. I also discovered Camille Claudel's work there and have been quite fascinated by her since.

Emmy a dit…

I think I'm in love with your blog!

Stine a dit…

your photos are magical! which camera do you use?

Sur les pavés de Paris a dit…

So you liked the museum too ! :)