In 1864 Auguste Rodin sculpted the portrait of a man from the Saint-Marcel district in Paris, nicknamed Bibi, who lived from small jobs. The stable in rue Lebrun, which he used as a studio at the time, proved impossible to heat, and during the harsh winter that followed, the portrait froze, the back of the head cracked and fell off. The work was later preserved and passed through several states. It was sent to the Salon as a mask in 1865, but was rejected because of its fragmentary shape.
Height: 19 cm.
Width: 7,5 cm.
Depth: 9.5 cm.
Material: White patinated plaster.
Author: Auguste Rodin (1840-1917).
Location of the original work: Rodin Museum.
Date of creation of the original work: 1880.
Delivery time: Delivery within 7 days to 15 days
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Average times of the main manufacturing stages valid for all parts:
Time to manufacture the mould of a piece: 1 month.
Time for the edition of a piece: 1 day.
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