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The Art of Sculpture

Art in Context

Tuesday, November 21 – Tuesday, December 12

Auguste Rodin. Femme accroupie, grand modèle, 1906-08. S. 3146. Paris, Musée Rodin

4 classes
$200; members $180.

This class is full; to be wait-listed, email Scholarship applications are still being accepted.

About the Class

Through the Kiefer Rodin exhibition, which presents one artistic titan’s homage to an earlier one, we gain a unique opportunity to explore an art form that appears throughout the Barnes collection. Investigate the myths about sculpture’s supernatural origins and powers and the special properties and language that make the medium so distinct from painting. Consider how the works of Kiefer and Rodin can be so much a part of their respective eras and yet also so akin to each other.


Suzanne Glover Lindsay

Suzanne Glover Lindsay is an adjunct associate professor of art history at the University of Pennsylvania. She divides her career between university teaching and museum work, most recently at the National Gallery of Art. She has organized major exhibitions and published on art from the 18th to 20th centuries and continues her research on funerary sculpture and public art.