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Mathilde, revenue manager at Inwood Hotels for two years, invites us today to discover the well-known charm of the French capital at the Musée Rodin. Having fallen in love with this inspiring place and having visited it several times, she describes it as perfect for an exploration among friends, getting lost among the beautiful artworks.
What captivates her the most is the total immersion into the life of the artist, where one doesn't feel just like a museum visitor, but rather invited into Rodin's intimate world, like discovering his home and the privacy of his studio.
Her favourite time to visit is when the sky is a vibrant blue and the sun bathes the capital in its light, to fully enjoy the magnificent garden also dotted with artworks and to stroll until discovering a small restaurant area dedicated to relaxation, a perfect moment to share among friends according to Mathilde!

Auguste Rodin, the visionary artist

French sculptor of worldwide renown, Auguste Rodin remains an iconic figure in art history and sculpture. A Parisian at heart, he was born in 1840 in the heart of the capital and never ceased to draw inspiration from it. From a young age, Rodin demonstrated exceptional talent and an extraordinary artistic sensitivity. His daring, sensitivity, and originality make him a pioneer of modern sculpture, redefining the aesthetic standards of the time and influencing artists in the following decades. Beyond achieving a "perfect" sculpture, he sought above all to convey the expressions and emotions of his subjects, making his works faithful to reality.

An artistic odyssey in the heart of Paris

Nestled in the heart of the 7th arrondissement of Paris, the Musée Rodin is a real cultural gem. This museum attracts visitors from around the world due to its uniqueness, setting it apart from other museums in Paris. Indeed, its works are displayed in a magnificent 18th-century mansion filled with charm. In addition to this interior, another part of the artist's works is hidden in beautiful gardens among shaded alleys and vast lawns. The different rooms are each decorated in a unique way. You can discover the artist's works and be transported into his intimate universe. Every corner tells a story where you can delve into the artist's emotions and thoughts throughout his career.
Do not miss his famous and emblematic work "The Gates of Hell." Standing over 6 meters tall, this phenomenal work was initially commissioned to become the portal of the future Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Rodin worked on this masterful piece for over twenty years, until his death in 1917. This sculpture represents a journey into hell, with a multitude of tormented characters. The entire sculpture is a celebration of human passion, pain, and desire, capturing the very essence of human existence. From sketches to sculptures, discover the soul of his art from conception to fruition. Beyond the artist's works, the Musée Rodin also offers a dynamic cultural program. Indeed, discover temporary exhibitions and events around art in its entirety.

Between contemplation and meditation

A true oasis of tranquility, the garden of the Musée Rodin will make you forget the tumult of the capital. Designed with the same attention to detail as the sculptures that surround it, this sublime garden is both a tribute to nature and a perfect setting for the works of Auguste Rodin. The shaded pathways, bordered by colorful flower beds, invite you to walk and contemplate. The majestic trees, some of which are centuries old, offer refuge to visitors seeking freshness and calm. But what makes this garden so special are the sculptures within it. Scattered among the flowers and lawns, these artworks seem to blend harmoniously with their natural environment. Iconic creations such as "The Thinker" and "The Kiss" mingle with lesser-known but equally fascinating pieces such as "Orpheus" and "The Monument to Balzac," creating a captivating dialogue between man and nature. Beyond these exhibitions, these gardens also host various events when the weather permits, ranging from outdoor concerts to meditation sessions, making it a true meeting place for exchange and sharing.


For a day oscillating between discovery, relaxation, and contemplation, do not miss this Parisian gem in the 7th arrondissement, filled with charm and history.


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