Museum Is Born A Paris
The Museum consists of three separate parts, which are surprisingly complementary and continuing.
The first part is the park. Filled trees, perfect paths. But most importantly, the sculptures of the great master, harmoniously located on the park. You can see the famous "Misslier," "Citizen Kale," inspired by "Bethoven," "The gate of hell" at last.
The second part is the museum itself in the mansion. In addition to Roden's marble sculpture, there is a sculptor sculpture collection, which includes Mona and Van Gogh. There are rooms where Roden's companion works, Camille Claudel. For a lot of people, it's gonna be a discovery that the master tried himself in paintings and photographs. A total of over 6,000 French genius sculptures, about 8,000 photographs, 7,000 other arts.
The third part of the museum is the former chapel. There's a collection of antique artifacts in this room that belongs to a once-in-time master. In addition, there are exhibitions of modern art.
The Museum has a huge library that collects all literature on the creation of the Roden.
The entire complex is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the summer. Monday afternoon. On Wednesday, the exhibit can be seen for up to nine hours.