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Eve after the Fall

Auguste Rodin’s primary subject and source of inspiration was the human body, from simple studies to penetrating portraits to depictions of human passion and suffering–continually shocking the public with his sensual subject matter and frequent fragmentation and abstraction of the … Continue reading

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Buddha in Glory

by Rainer M Rilke Center of all centers, core of cores, almond self-enclosed, and growing sweet– all this universe, to the furthest stars all beyond them, is your flesh, your fruit. Now you feel how nothing clings to you; your … Continue reading

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