- Identification and Creation
- Object Number
Auguste Rodin, French (Paris, France 1840 - 1917 Meudon, France)
- The Age of Bronze
- Other Titles
Original Language Title: L'Age d'Airain / Le Vaincu / L'Homme des Premiers Ages / L'Homme s'éveillant à la Nature
Alternate Title: The Age of Brass
- Work Type
- c. 1875-1877, cast c. 1920-1930
- Persistent Link
- Physical Descriptions
- Bronze with brown patina
- Cast, sand
- 64.1 x 21.6 x 18 cm (25 1/4 x 8 1/2 x 7 1/16 in.)
- Inscriptions and Marks
- Signed: on base, proper left of figure: A. Rodin
- stamp: back of base, proper right: ALEXIS RUDIER. / Fondeur. PARIS
- Grenville L. Winthrop, New York, NY, bequest; to the Fogg Art Museum, 1943.
- Acquisition and Rights
- Credit Line
- Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Bequest of Grenville L. Winthrop
- Accession Year
- Object Number
- European and American Art
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- Publication History
John L. Tancock, The Sculpture of Auguste Rodin, David R. Godine and Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, PA, 1976), p. 356
Séan Hemingway, "The Age of Bronze in Greece, Cyprus, and the Near East", Ancient Bronzes through a Modern Lens: Introductory Essays on the Study of Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Bronzes, ed. Susanne Ebbinghaus, Harvard Art Museums (Cambridge, MA, 2014), 20-37, pp. 21-22, fig. 2.1.
Susanne Ebbinghaus, ed., Ancient Bronzes through a Modern Lens: Introductory Essays on the Study of Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Bronzes, Harvard Art Museum/Yale University Press (Cambridge, MA, 2014), pp. 21-22, fig. 1.1
- Exhibition History
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