Auguste Rodin Quote

Why then should I clothe him to make him look ridiculous in the foolish masculine fashions of his time? There is nothing more banal than these statues of recent notabilities, to be seen in every big city of Europe, masquerading as tailors' models of their ugly period. Man's naked form on the other hand belongs to no particular moment in history ; it is eternal, and can be looked upon with joy by the people of all ages.


Auguste Rodin in: The Cornhill Magazine, (1925), p. 766; Cited in: Anthony Mario Ludovici (1926). Personal Reminiscences of Auguste Rodin. p. 111

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Why then should I clothe him to make him look ridiculous in the foolish masculine fashions of his time? There is nothing more banal than these...

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Why then should I clothe him to make him look ridiculous in the foolish masculine fashions of his time? There is nothing more banal than these...

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Why then should I clothe him to make him look ridiculous in the foolish masculine fashions of his time? There is nothing more banal than these...

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Why then should I clothe him to make him look ridiculous in the foolish masculine fashions of his time? There is nothing more banal than these...