August Rodin's, Google Doodle


august_rodin_doodleToday we are presented with attractive views of the Google Doodle, the 172 year celebration of Auguste Rodin. A sculptor who came from France was born 12 November 1840 and died on 17 November 1917. Much of the art industry considered the ancestors of modern sculpture world, although he did not set out to rebel against the past

Of the many results of his work, Google Doodle featuring on the home page today. Statue of a man sitting on a rock is a statue which he called "The Thinker".

The Thinker is a bronze and marble sculpture made by August Rodin's first in 1902. Now the Rodin Museum in Paris ther is some result of the original cast sculptures, as well as from various other versions, such as, research, and cast posthumously.

In one of his works he describes a man in meditation consciously struggle with a powerful internal struggle. It is often used to represent philosophy.

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