Auguste Rodin

Musée Rodin in Paris casts new bronzes to offset losses from Covid-19 crisis

With an estimated shortfall of €4.4m in revenue, the museum is looking to "increase the offer and opportunities for sales to new markets"

Three Chinese cities in the running to host Musée Rodin outpost

Paris museum will lend the new space more than 100 of the artist’s works

Three to see: London

Rodin takes on the Parthenon sculptures at the British Museum while James Cook sets sail for the British Library

Rodin’s debt to Parthenon sculptures explored in British Museum exhibition

Eighty marble, bronze and plaster works by French artist are put in dialogue with ancient Greek art

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A warm welcome at Sunnylands as the favourite retreat of American presidents gets a new visitor centre

The continuing restoration of the home makes it fit for a queen (Queen Elizabeth II to be precise)

Books: Impressionist women and Impressionists’ women

New works on a quartet of women painters and the wives and models of three of the men

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Books: Dangerous (artistic) liaisons examined

A poet married to a painter reviews a survey of creative partnerships including Ernst and Carrington, Pollock and Krasner, Rodin and Claudel, and more