"Rodin's Thinker" Statue Inspired by the original by Auguste Rodin
(1841-1917), Musee Rodin, Paris
French sculptor Rodin's most famous work, "The Thinker" was originally part of a larger work called "Gates of Hell," based on The Divine Comedy; a poem by Dante Alighieri. Instantly recognizable the world over, it has been described as "summing up the spirit of the day" as a monument to heroic labor. Originally named The Poet; the piece was part of a commission by the Mus´ee des Arts D´ecoratifs. Our Design Toscano statement piece is cast in quality designer resin and finished with a rich, green bronze patina.
6" Wx5" Dx10" H. 2 lbs.