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The Rodin Museum, Seoul

Kevin Kennon, Ruth Butler, Mario Gandelsonas - Architecture - 2001 - 95 pages
"Kohn Pedersen Fox's jewel-like glass pavilion for the Rodin Museum evolved from the search to create a home for two seminal bronzes, The Gates of Hell and The Burghers of ...
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Rodin: The Shape of Genius

Ruth Butler - Art - 1996 - 591 pages
Rodin was the most famous artist in the world at the turn of the twentieth century. Quoting extensively from letters to and from the artist, Ruth Butler captures his voice and ...
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Hidden in the Shadow of the Master

Ruth Butler - BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - 2008 - 371 pages
Paul Czanne, Claude Monet, and Auguste Rodin. The names of these brilliant nineteenth-century artists are known throughout the world. But what is remembered of their wives ...
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Mental Health and Social Space: Towards Inclusionary Geographies?

Hester Parr - Social Science - 2011 - 224 pages
Through a series of case studies this book brings to the fore the voices, lives, and capacities of people with mental health problems as well as the difficulties they face. It ...
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European sculpture of the nineteenth century

National Gallery of Art (U.S.), Ruth Butler, Suzanne G. Lindsay, Alison Luchs - Art - 2000 - 525 pages
The National Gallery's collection of nineteenth-century European sculpture is dominated by 37 works by Auguste Rodin and more than 30 portrait busts by Honore Daumier. Works by ...
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Rodin's Monument to Victor Hugo

Ruth Butler, Auguste Rodin, Jeanine Parisier Plottel, Jane Mayo Roos, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation, Portland Art Museum (Or.), Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) - Art - 1998 - 120 pages
The death of the great poet-patriot Victor Hugo (1802-1885) stimulated the French government to transform the Pantheon in Paris into a republican hall of fame. It was to ...
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