Words fly away, unless they’re made of gold or bronze
It was time to put the great geniuses in their place! There is absolutely no doubt that Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) was a genius, influenced by the work of Donatello and Michelangelo, who left us hundreds of sculptures – all masterpieces – and thousands of watercolours.
It’s funny … when I talk like this, I get the impression that somebody’s writing my text in the bubble
But like this, I really feel like I’m talking normally
But we mustn’t get carried away. Let us not forget that Rodin’s sculptures don’t say a word. Whereas with Le Cat, it’s just the opposite. But that doesn’t make Rodin any less a genius.
And then two litttle nails up there …