London show offers vintage photos of works from Rodin's studio

Collaboration between photography and sculpture specialists is both the theme and the method behind Huxley-Parlour’s exhibition 'Auguste Rodin: The Photographs'.

Hung around the walls of the photography gallery in Swallow Street, London, are more than 30 vintage pictures taken in Rodin’s studio during the artist’s lifetime (1840-1917) and under his direction. These offer a glimpse of this modern master’s sculptures as he worked on and thought about them. The show, which runs until August 11, includes dramatically lit images of some of his most well-known pieces, such as The Burghers of Calais and Eternal Springtime. These photographs are complemented by a selection ...