Who created the "Age of Bronze" statue?

  • Elisabet Ney
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  • Auguste Rodin correct

    The "Age of Bronze" was the first of Auguste Rodin's works exhibited at the Salon in Paris. This iconic sculpture highlights Rodin's natural ability to convey the character of his models in his work. His uncanny ability to portray movement and emotion in his sculpture is in full display with "Age of Bronze." Rodin created the sculpture in 1880. The work was originally titled "The Vanquished." Going against convention, Rodin used a Belgian soldier as a model instead of a professional model. Source: Artble.com

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