download
10190

RODIN, Auguste

Paris 1840 - Meudon, Hauts-de-Seine 1917

Maker: Coubertin, Fonderie de

L'Homme au nez cassé, masque avec amorce de poitrine et piédouche carré fondu en même temps, dit type I, 4e modèle

Man with the Broken Nose, Mask with upper chest and square pedestal cast at the same time, known as Type I, fourth model [Museum's Title: Mask of the Man with Broken Nose]

modeled 1863–1864, type I, fourth model c. 1890?, cast 1978?

bronze, no. 3, lost wax cast [archives, Musée Rodin, Paris]

mask

Dimensions (HxWxD): 12 ½ x 7 ¼ x 6 in.

A. Rodin / [Coubertin foundry mark] / © by musee Rodin N° 3

Acc. No.: 2009.1.1

Credit Line: Gift of the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation

Photo credit: ph. courtesy North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh

© Artist : public domain


Provenance

  • Paris, Musée Rodin
  • 1978, sold to Cantor Fitzgerald Securities Corporation, New York and Los Angeles
  • OR?
  • 1978, sold to Joseph Gaumont, New York
  • with Gaumont estate
  • 1993, sold to Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation, Los Angeles
  • 2009, Gift of the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation

Bibliography

  • Museum's website (accessed April 12, 2016)
  • 2007 Le Normand-Romain (français)
    Antoinette Le Normand-Romain, avec la collaboration d'Hélène Marraud et Diane Tytgat, introductions par Dr. Ruth Butler et Mr. Régis Cusinberche, Rodin et le bronze. Catalogue des œuvres conservées au musée Rodin, 2 volumes, Paris, Musée Rodin / Editions de la Réunion des musées nationaux, 2007, vol. 2, pp. 413-419, L'Homme au nez cassé, masque avec amorce de poitrine et piédouche carré fondu en même temps, dit type I, 4e modèle, 1863-1864, cet exemplaire est cité p. 413 : "douze exemplaires, Fonderie de Coubertin, entre 1975 et 1979 : 3/12, Los Angeles, Cantor coll."
  • 2007 Le Normand-Romain (English)
    Antoinette Le Normand-Romain, with the collaboration of Hélène Marraud and Diane Tytgat, introductions by Dr. Ruth Butler and Mr. Régis Cusinberche, The Bronzes of Rodin. Catalogue of works in the Musée Rodin, 2 volumes, English version, Paris, Musée Rodin / Editions de la Réunion des musées nationaux, 2007, vol. 2, pp. 413-419, Man with the Broken Nose, Mask with upper chest and square pedestal cast at the same time, known as Type I, fourth model, 1863-1864, this copy is mentioned p.413: "twelve casts by Fonderie de Coubertin, between 1975 and 1979: 3/12, Los Angeles, Cantor Coll."
  • 2010 Steel
    David Steel, Rodin: The Cantor Foundation Gift to the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art, 2010, cat. no. 1, illus. (color), also discussed 2, 3, 6

Exhibitions

  • 1993-1995 Tempe
    Tempe, AZ, Nelson Fine Arts Center, Arizona State University, August 1993–March 1995

    1995 Knoxville
    Knoxville, TN, Knoxville Museum of Art, April 1995–June 1995

    1995 Tacoma
    Tacoma, WA, Tacoma Museum of Art, October 1995

    2001-2009 Salt Lake City and 26 other venues
    Rodin: A Magnificent Obsession, Sculpture from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation, Salt Lake City, UT, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, May 20–September 2, 2001; Perth, Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia, October 4, 2001–December 5, 2001; Canberra, Australia, National Gallery of Australia, December 14, 2001–February 24, 2002; Langwarrin (Melbourne) Australia, McClelland Gallery, March 10–May 19, 2002; Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, June 5–August 25, 2002; Sarasota, FL, Ringling Museum of Art, October 11, 2002–January 5, 2003; Akron, OH, Akron Art Museum, January 25–May 18, 2003; Sioux City, IA, Sioux City Art Center, June 7–August 31, 2003; Lafayette, LA, University Art Museum, September 20, 2003–January 4, 2004; Tulsa, OK, Philbrook Museum of Art, January 25–March 28, 2004; Buffalo, NY, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, April 17–July 3, 2004; Utica, NY, Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, July 24–October 3, 2004; Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Glenbow Museum, October 30, 2004–January 30, 2005; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, February 26–May 22, 2005; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 18–September 18, 2005; Albany, NY, Albany Institute of History and Art, October 15, 2005–January 1, 2006; Hartford, CT, Wadsworth Atheneum, January 28–April 30, 2006; Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, May 27–September 4, 2006; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Winnipeg Art Gallery, September 28, 2006–January 14, 2007; Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, April 6–July 29, 2007; Storrs, CT, William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, September 7–December 16, 2007; Mobile, AL, Mobile Museum of Art, January 25–March 23, 2008; Fargo, ND, Plains Art Museum, April 17–July 13, 2008; Nashville, TN, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, September 12, 2008–January 4, 2009; Baton Rouge, LA, Louisiana State University Museum of Art, January 24–April 19, 2009; Sioux Falls, SD, Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, May 9–August 9, 2009