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Musée National A. Rodin, Meudon

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  • Excellent complement to the Paris Musée Rodin. Many of his original plasters are displayed. The house and gardens are very nice. Very few visitors so you can enjoy and linger. Very nice outing close t...  more »
  • An interesting tour of the preparatory plaster by Rodin.His house is less interesting but the museum is a good complement to the Paris museum  more »
  • If you are interested in sculpture, you will enjoy visiting Rodin's house and workshop in Meudon (South-West of Paris). After visiting the Museum in Paris rue Varennes, you should come in Meudon to le...  more »
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  • I really recommend this place for a nice visit! The sculptures are incredible! Would be better to visit at spring or summer, because of the garden.
  • I have been to visit the Louvre more times than I can count; every visit is different from the last, and there's always something new. My last visit four years ago was the first I'd seen the excavations of the medieval Louvre, and I was surprised and thrilled to see even more excavation has been done since then. It's extremely well presented and very interesting. The building itself is as interesting as the art it contains. It's a mistake to rush to the 'show-stoppers' when there is so much more to see if you only do a little research before your visit. My personal favorite is the Veronese Marriage at Cana which happens to be across from La Joconde (otherwise known as Mona Lisa) but without the crowds. It's a massive piece and so full of movement and detail, color and life, that it never fails to take my breath away. I also have to make a stop (among others) at David's self portrait. I've always wondered what he was thinking, his expression is fathomless. He certainly had a lot to think about. If you've never been, try doing a bit of reading or watch a documentary on it before you go, and pick an area to really concentrate on, otherwise it tends to be a bit of a blur. My son has zero interest in art, but does enjoy history and architecture, and he was very glad he took this advice and so had a wonderful first visit. Our visit was in mid-December and we were able to walk right in. Because I am severely arthritic we borrowed a wheelchair and with my disabled ID from the DMV we both were able to enter for no charge, which was a pleasant surprise; and the staff couldn't have been nicer or more helpful.
  • Very small but it contains nice sculptures and a replica of his atelier.
  • A small but interesting museum, not far from Paris, for a well know artist! You can try to find the tomb under the "penseur". This is amazing to know that he was living there. Impressive work btw.
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