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Excerpt from The Life and Work of Auguste Rodin
With but few exceptions, the illustrations are photographs taken by the sculp tor's own photographer, M. Bulloz, 21 Rue Bonaparte, Paris. Rodin's portrait, by Jacques Blanche, is from a photograph taken by the painter's photographer, M. Crevaux, 5 Rue Vavin, Paris. The statue Of the Printemps is from a photograph kindly presented to the author for insertion in this biography by the owner of the statue, Herr Von Lucius, of the German Diplomatic Service.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (May 7, 2017)
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