Description of the sculpture by Francois Rodin “Danaid”

Description of the sculpture by Francois Rodin Danaid

Artists are often not always accepted by ordinary people. After all, for the most part, everyone who is not related to creativity, does not have a certain mindset, can not understand very many paintings by artists, sculptures and other works.

One of the famous cultural figures was Rodin. He was born in the middle of the 19th century in the capital of France, namely in 1940. His sculptures are located in many countries of the world, many of them evoke ambiguous opinion.

But the indifference of his sculptures do not exactly cause, because the author is very talented and vividly portrayed people. Yes, among them there is even a bust of a man whose nose is broken, as he is called. But this does not reduce the merits of sculpture in front of culture.

Rodin, creating his masterpieces, wanted to breathe life into them. He looked at the person from different angles, and then he created the sculpture. His goal was to create sensual plots that convey the movement, the connection of a person’s inner world with his external data. And this Roden succeeded.

He was called an innovator, often not accepted. He received his recognition almost at the end of his life. Then Rodin was called a man who was comparable to the great Michelangelo. All thanks to his unusual and unconventional for France approach to culture.

The work “Danaid” is a very beautiful sculpture of Rodin. The beautiful body of the king’s daughter, Danae, is born from a boulder, as if a beautiful flower is emerging in the field. The author created this work for his beloved lady, who was also a sculptor and was able to appreciate the work. Danaid was created in 1885 from white, pure stone, as if personifying the beginning of a new life.

Work can not but please the eye, smooth, but very thoughtful lines of the body make it look alive. Of course, Rodin was a talented sculptor.

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Description of the sculpture by Francois Rodin “Danaid”