The by far most important collection consists of the work Rodin donated to the French State and is administered by the Musée Rodin in Paris/Meudon. The Musée d´Orsay and the Marseille Museum of Fine Arts hold many pieces connected with commissions by the French State.
The second-largest collection was built by Iris and Gerald B. Cantor; substantial parts of their collection were donated to various Museums, the most important being:
- Stanford University/Cantor Centre for the Visual
Other major Rodin collections based on private activity:
- The Philadelphia Rodin Museum, mainly based on the
Jules Mastbaum donation
The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, holds many works donated by Rodin himself.