Definition of Rodin
1. Noun. French sculptor noted for his renderings of the human form (1840-1917).
Generic synonyms: Carver, Sculptor, Sculpturer, Statue Maker
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Literary usage of Rodin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Contemporary Portraits by Frank Harris (1920)
"Rodin A BOOK has just been published about Rodin and his work by a M. Gsell. It is an admirable piece of work, and shows us the very ..."
2. Contemporary Portraits by Frank Harris (1915)
"Rodin A BOOK has just been published about Rodin and his work by a M. Gsell. It is an admirable piece of work, and shows us the very soul of the great ..."
3. Modern Art: Being a Contribution to a New System of æsthetics by Julius Meier-Graefe (1908)
"Rodin, too, had his moments of tribulation : the refusal of his first piece, ... Rodin has essayed every path on which artistic instincts have travelled, ..."
4. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction by Reuben Percy, John Timbs (1845)
"Certainly, Monsieur Rodin. I live with Papa Philemon, and Mamina the Bacchanalian Queen." Rodin, ignorant of how Rose had become aware of his real name, ..."
5. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1846)
"All the other actors in this scene were quite amazed; even Rodin recoiled a ... Hereupon Rodin throws down the pen, rises, walks slowly to the fireplace, ..."