"Gate of Hell" is Rodin's unfinished work throughout his life. The sculptures are complex and detailed, and the conception is unique, which is thought-provoking.More
The Rodin Museum of Art is located at the intersection of Parkway and 22nd Street in Philadelphia and officially opened in 1919. It used to be Rodin's residence. Rodin lived here from 1908 until his death in 1917. Before he died, he donated all his works to France, and France also converted this mansion into the Rodin Museum. It's worth a visit.
Gorgeous museum and gardens featuring a massive collection of works by Rodin. A great way to see how his work evolved over time and to really understand his genius. A stroll through the garden on a clear day is bliss.Skip the line and book and print your tickets ahead of time.
Will always be my favorite museum in Paris, even though it took quite a few visits for me to get there!