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When he wasn’t making groundbreaking sculptures, Rodin was working out ideas on paper with some pretty remarkable drawings. With simple techniques and bold gestures he shows a tender moment between a mother and child: “Maternity,” c. 1880, by Auguste Rodin

When he wasn’t making groundbreaking sculptures, Rodin was working out ideas on paper with some pretty remarkable drawings. With simple techniques and bold gestures he shows a tender moment between a mother and child:

Maternity,” c. 1880, by Auguste Rodin

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    Happy Mother’s Day! “Maternity,” c. 1880, by Auguste Rodin
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