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Art on the Davidson College Campus: Featured Sculptors and Artists: Auguste Rodin
The Ancient Art of Emulation examines how we have come to value originality over emulation, originals over copies, and authentic over restored works, and how these values have entered into our assessments of Roman art.
This reference/catalogue, written by the late Dr. Elsen, encompasses a lifetime's thoughts on Rodin's career, surveying the artist's accomplishments through the detailed discussion of each object in the collection.
Auguste Rodin, Burghers of Calais, Jean d'Aire nu, c. 1887-1887, bronze lost-wax cast 1984 by the Musée Rodin, 80.6875 x 25.8125 x 25.1875 in., DC2741
Photo taken by Chris Record
“Fake or Fortune? Degas Debate Ignited over Sculpture Exhibit at Naples Museum of Art.” Naples Daily News. Accessed October 18, 2013. http://www.naplesnews.com/news/local/fake-or-fortune-degas-debate-ignited-over-sculpture-exhibit-at-naples-museum-of-art-ep-390894765-334723191.html.