Danaide By Auguste Rodin Statue Marble

SKU BER242-13
Size: 11" Wide X 6.5" Deep X 5" High
Weight: 6 lbs
Casting Medium: Bonded Alabaster
Safe for Outdoor Use: Yes
Shipping Lead Time: 2 business days
Availability: Out of Stock
Picture Finish: Carrara White
Shipping Cost: $19.5


Auguste Rodin, a leading European sculptor during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, sought to convey inner emotions through the expressive movement of muscles. His sculpture, "La Danaide" or "Danaid," exemplifies Rodin's ambition to capture the essence of surface, soul, love, passion, and life. This rendition of the Danaide stands as one of Rodin's most celebrated works, showcasing exquisite rhythm and beauty in the contours of the slender figure. The sculpture depicts a girl who, in an act of despair, has thrown herself beside a stream with poignant abandonment. Crafted from a blend of alabaster dust and a durable binding compound, each detail of the figurines is meticulously finished by the skilled artisans of Italy's Egregia Workshop. This combination of Rodin's artistic vision and the craftsmanship of the Italian workshop results in a compelling and revered representation of emotional depth and physical form.