For the Website: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For picture reproduction:
The Kiss, 1901-4, marble
Crouching Woman, 1891, bronze, on loan from the V&A
Tate Galleries, London
Tate Modern, Bankside
London SE1 9TG England
Tel. +44 - 20 - 7887 8000 (main information)
Tel. +44 - 20 - 7887 8008 (recorded information)
For specific phone/fax numbers, consult www.tate.org.uk
The Tate galleries house the national collection of British art from
the sixteenth century to the present day.
Tate Britain, founded in 1897, is located at Millbank, London. Tate
Modern, located at former Bankside Power Station, was opened on 12 May
2000. (For critical refelections on the Millenial Opening and
"State Modernism" read the article
by Robert Dixon)
At Tate Modern you will find the Tate collection of international
modern art from 1900 to the present day. Two Rodin works are on display
here: The Fallen Caryatid Carrying her Stone and The Kiss in a full-size
pentelican marble version, which was originally acquired by an American,
Warren lived in the town
of Lewes, East Sussex, and had the sculpture installed in the
hallway of Lewes House. When he later loaned it to the town it caused
such a scandal that it was hidden from public view in a stable for
nearly 20 years; since then, the Tate has owned it for 45 years. Prior
to the opening of Tate Modern, The Kiss was welcomed back in Lewes for a
millennium exhibition from June 1998 to January 2000 in the Lewes Town
Hall, visited by over 1,000 people per day.
For the full story, read also: http://www.suntimes.co.za/1999/06/13/lifestyle/life06.htm
To learn more about the Tate
Collections, you can Search the Tate's Database of 25,00 works and
Search results on Rodin:
Fallen Caryatid Carrying her Stone ca. 1880-81,
cast 1950, H. 17
1/8"(on Display in Tate Modern)
Woman, 1891, bronze [image] (Iris study)
and Sister 1891
1892, bronze [image]
on a Colum 1900-3, copper [image]
Kiss 1901-4, pentelican marble [image] Tate Modern
Charles Hunter 1906
Howard de Walden ca. 1905-6
More info on images:
Sir William Henley
National Portrait Gallery, London
St Martin's Place
London WC2H OHE England
Tel. +44 - 20 - 7306 0055
Fax +44 - 20 - 7306 0056
Curator 19th century: Peter Funnell,
The NPG has an excellent online Database for 11,000 of its over 1 million collection items.
Rodin work in permanent collection:
William Ernest Henley, 1884-86, bronze head, H. 15,5"
(Not on display). I could not check yet if this is the cast
that was installed by Rodin in the crypt in St. Paul´s
Cathedral in 1907.
Victoria Tower Gardens, London
The Victoria Tower Gardens are located on the Parliament grounds.
The London copy of the Burghers (No. 4) was cast in 1908 for the Belgian entepreneur Wouters-Dustin, sold after Wouters´death to Joseph Mommen who offered it to Rodin again. In the years 1910-11 the cast was installed in Bruxelles, before it was purchased by the National Art Collections Fund in London. At the installation in 1915, Rodin was able to realize his proposal of a ca. 5 m high pedestal, near to the Victoria Tower, against the will of the Comittee. In 1956 finally, the Monument was moved to the middle of the Gardens and placed much lower on a fragment of the original pedestal.
As Susan Beattie and Thomas Appel point out, whatever pedestal is choosen, the Burghers will always cause controversy, because the Monument´s emotional content shocks the harmony of public space.
Susan Beatty, The Burgher of Calais in London, The history of the purchase and siting of Rodin´s monument 1911-1956, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1986.
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University
Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX12 2PH UK England
Tel. +44 - 1865 - 27 80 00
Tel. +44 - 1865-27 80 42
Fax +44 - 1865-27 80 56
The Age of Bronze, bronze, small reduced version,
H. 26" (black patina)
The Thinker, bronze, reduced version, foundry mark
Alexis Rudier, H. 15¼" (black patina), from
Bocklebank bequest, 1927
The Ascendancy (L´emprise, Le Péché), ca. 1885,
bronze (also described as bronze mixed with gold or
brass), 17.6 x 6 cm, L. Perzinka Fondeur [Lampert Nr. 92]
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Cambridge, CB2 1RB, England
Tel. +44 - 1223 - 332900
Museum has created an excellent online Database, that shows 21 Rodin
works, mostly prints and drawings.
Femme Acroupie /Squatting Woman, bronze,
H. 31.5 cm, Georges Rudier, green patina.
Provenance Bequeathed: Gow, A.S.F. 1978
Frère et Soeur /Brother and Sister, bronze, H. 38.8 cm
overall green patina.
Knowles, Guy John Fenton 1959
Given to the testator by Rodin
La Nature, bronze, H 15.5 cm,
Knowles, Guy John Fenton 1959
Mrs Louise Knowles
a complete list,
based on the Fitzwilliam Database.
Leeds City Art Gallery
Leeds, LS1 3AA England
Tel. +44 - 113 - 247 82 48
Fax +44 - 113 - 244 96 89
Curator of Sculpture and Head of Henry Moore Institute Programmes: Dr Penelope Curtis
The Leeds City Art Gallery owns a 1907 cast of The Age
of Bronze, that was part of the Sir Martyn Becket
Collection. The sculpture was offered to the Leeds City
Art Gallery in 1994 and subsequently acquired. It now
stands in the entrance hall.
The Museums also owns Rodin´s La Grande Danseuse,
ca. 1911, bronze cast 1956, displayed in the upstairs
Penelope Curtis and T. Friedman (Eds.), Leeds Sculpure Collections, Illustrated Concise Catalogue, Leeds, 1996.
Henry-Moore-Institute for Sculpture, Leeds
74, The Headrow
Leeds, LS 1 3 AH England
Tel. +44- 113 - 246 7467 (Administration)
Tel. +44- 113 - 234 3158 (Information line)
Fax +44- 113 - 246 1481
Adjoing the Leeds City Art Gallery, the Henry Moore Institute, as part of the Henry Moore Foundation, is a specialized sculpture study centre and the working place of Dr. Penelope Curtis, Curator of the Sculpture Collection of the Leeds City Art Gallery and author of the book: Sculpture 1900-45, After Rodin.
The Institute maintains an extensive sculpture reference Library, Archive, Slide and Video Library with over 14,000 printed items.
Manchester City Art Galleries
The Manchester City Art Gallery has opened again in March 2002. Contact:
Manchester City Art Galleries
Room 1025, Town Hall Extension
Manchester M60 2LA England
Principal Curator Fine Art: Sandra Martin
Tel. +44 - 161 234 1483
I could not find any Rodin entries on the Website, but the Museum owns at least a bronze cast of The Age of Bronze, according to the book by Jennifer Hawkins- Victoria & Albert Museum and the Athena Spear 1973 Supplement:
The Age of Bronze, 1876-77, bronze, foundry mark Alexis
Rudier, H. 71 x W. 28 x D. 20" (brown patina),
commissioned from the artist.
According to the Joconde entry for the Musée d´Orsay,
the Manchester Gallery also owns a bust of
Legrosse, 1881-82, bronze, 41 x 17.4 x 25.2 cm
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
William Brown Street
Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 8EL England
Tel. +44 - 151 - 478 41 99
The National Museum and Galleries on Merseyside hold in trust more than one million objects and works of art from all over the world, covering fine and decorative art, archaeology and ethnology, natural and physical sciences and maritime, social and industrial history.
The Walker Art Gallery holds one of the most important sculpture collections outside London, ranging from 1300 to the present day.
The Museum has an Excite searchable Database.
Rodin works in permanent collection:
Minerva, sculpture, about 1896
Sister and Brother (Young Girl holding a Baby), ca. 1885
For information and queries
please contact Esta Jones at
Southampton City Council:
Tel +44 - 23 80 - 83 27 43
Southampton City Art Gallery
Civic Centre, Commercial Road
Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 7LP England
Tel. +44 - 1703 - 83 22 77
Tel. +44 - 2380 - 83 27 69 (recorded information)
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
Birmingham , B3 3DH England
Tel. +44 - 121 - 303 28 34
Birmingham's principal museum and gallery is located in a Victorian building and displays works by British and European artists, along with contemporary paintings and collections of ceramics, sculpture, silver and stained glass. It contains works by Rodin and some major pre-Raphaelites.
The Age of Bronze, 1876-77, bronze,
H. 71 x W. 28 x D. 20".
Amongs the artists represented in the Barber Institute are Bellini, Botticelli, Holbein, Veronese, Stom, Baschenis, Rubens, Van Dyck, Rembrandt, Poussin, Gainsborough, Turner, Delacroix, Ingres, Rossetti, Whistler, Manet, Degas, Monet, van Gogh, Rodin, Gaugin, Picasso, Mattisse, Magritte, and Schiele.
City Museum Museum Of Reading
Reading Museum Service
The Town Hall
Blagrave Street/Valpy Street
Reading, Berkshire, RG1 1QH UK
(do not mix it up with Reading Public Museum, Pennsylvania, USA)
Tel. +44 - 118 - 939 98 00
Fax +44 - 118 - 939 98 81
It is not often a small town museum can boast a Rodin sculpture and the world's first biscuit gallery under one roof, tells us the Maidenhead Advertiser.
The Reading Museum owns a bronze version of Young
Woman Kissed by a Phantom (23 x 44 x 24 cm), given
by the Family of the sculptor John Tweed, who had
worked with Rodin in Paris (See also Walker Art Museum,
Minnesota, for a marble replica).
Catalog references, supplied by Elaine Blake, Elaine.Blake@reading.gov.uk,
Curator of Art & Ethnography:
A. Elsen, In Rodin's Studio, Oxford, 1980, pp 176-7, pl. 81-2
Rodin: Sculpture and Drawings, exh. cat. by C. Lampert, London, Hayward Gallery 1986-7, pl. 213, no. 111
Le Corps en morceaux, exh. cat. Paris, Musee d'Orsay, 1990
Art Treasures of England - the Regional Collections, Royal Academy of Art, London. pub.in assoc. with Merrel Holberton. cat. 357 (includes photograph).