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Auguste RODIN (after) - Centaur kidnapping a woman - Etching

Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) (after)
Centaur kidnapping a woman

Etching (heliogravure) enhanced with watercolours on Vellum paper measuring 42.5 x 31 cm.
The etching was published by Ateliers Goupil in 1897.
Limited edition of 125 copies, delivered with a certificate of authenticity by the gallery and a photocopy of the publisher's proof of edition.

Very good condition, slight tear at lower margin, slight impurities in margins and damaged lower left corner.

This etching is part of the "Album Fenaille" or "Album Goupil", published in 1897, a work dedicated to the drawings of Auguste Rodin. It contains a large part of the drawings of Dante's Inferno,
which are generally summarized under the name "Black Drawings".
A copy of this valuable album is in the archives of the Rodin Museum.

Dimensions :
- Height : 42.5 cm
- Width : 31 cm
This item is sold by a professional art dealer who guaranties its authenticity. This item is used (second-hand)

Auguste Rodin : Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), is one of the greatest french sculptors of the second half of the 19th century, considered as one of the fathers of moderne sculpture. He is credited with revolutionizing sculpture by a previously unknown freedom of form. His most famous works are "The thinker", the Monument to the writer Balzac, The "Bourgeois de Calais" (Burghers of Calais). A museum is dedicated to him in Paris. His works are exhibited in the world's greatest museum. He also was an amazing draughtsman and engraver.

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