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Auguste Rodin (1840–1917)

Auguste Rodin was a prominent French sculptor best known for "The Thinker." He was born Francois-Auguste-Rene Rodin, on November 12, 1840, in Paris, France. His father, Jean-Baptiste Rodin, was a detective in the Paris police department. His mother, Marie Cheffer, was a former seamstress. Rodin was somewhat shy and nearsighted from an early age. ... See full bio »

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Those of Our Land
(1915)
Of Human Bondage
Of Human Bondage Miscellaneous Crew
(1964)
Romantic Versus Classical Art
Romantic Versus Classical Art Himself - Subject
(1973)

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 1958 Die Bürger von Calais (TV Movie) (play)
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 1964 Of Human Bondage (sculptures)
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 2009 Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (acknowledgment: 'The Thinker' by)
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 1973 Romantic Versus Classical Art (TV Mini-Series)
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 1915 Those of Our Land (Documentary)
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 2007 Sacha Guitry et le cinéma: un amour masqué (TV Movie documentary)
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 1947 Paris 1900 (Documentary)
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Famous French Sculpter who is best known For Le Baiser 1886 and The Thinker 1880. See more »

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