Art Deco Sculpture Copy Rodin Man The Burghers of Calais Bronze Statue
Rodin's unconventional approach is evident in the composition of the sculpture. The characters, draped in sacks as a symbol of their surrender, exude both vulnerability and strength. By combining studies of different hands and feet, Rodin achieves a level of expressiveness that challenges traditional notions of heroic sculpture. This revolutionary technique and anti-monumental approach make Rodin a pioneer of modern art. Created using the archaic method of lost-wax casting, this bronze sculpture captures every intricate detail and nuance of Rodin's original vision. The brown patina finish adds depth and warmth to the piece, emphasizing the raw emotion conveyed by the characters.