Auguste Rodin’s Centenary Brings New Exhibitions, Market Adjustments

April 17th, 2017

The New York Times profiles the centenary of Auguste Rodin’s death, and the current exhibitions spotlighting new discoveries and research on the artist’s life and work, including newly discovered sculptures and models for his works, not to mention recent appreciation of his works on the auction market.  “The reason the Rodin market hasn’t gone through the roof is that he produced a lot,” sasy Jérôme Le Blay, a founding member of the Auguste Rodin Committee in Paris.  “He organized his estate to keep casting his works.  The market is divided into segments, and each one is understandable according to rarity value.”

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