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The Kiss-Rodin.  This is arguably the second most famous sculpture by the true…

The Kiss-Rodin. This is arguably the second most famous sculpture by the true…

Rodin - The Thinker - I've loved Rodin for such a long time... I even made a rustic snow sculpture on my front lawn of The Thinker when I was in my teens.

Rodin - The Thinker - I've loved Rodin for such a long time... I even made a rustic snow sculpture on my front lawn of The Thinker when I was in my teens.

Napoleon Bonaparte.... Incredible stories.. and I would have loved to scheme with him. Didn't think I paid attention in history huh?

Napoleon Bonaparte.... Incredible stories.. and I would have loved to scheme with him. Didn't think I paid attention in history huh?

'The Intervention Of the Sabine Women', by Jacques Louis David (Louvre, Paris). This painting illustrates when the Sabine women interrupted the fight between the Romans and the Sabine men. Rome did not have many women, so its men kidnapped Sabine women when they visited Rome for games.

'The Intervention Of the Sabine Women', by Jacques Louis David (Louvre, Paris). This painting illustrates when the Sabine women interrupted the fight between the Romans and the Sabine men. Rome did not have many women, so its men kidnapped Sabine women when they visited Rome for games.

Jacques Louis David (French, 1748–1825). The Death of Socrates, 1787. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Wolfe Fund, 1931 (31.45) | Accused by the Athenian government of denying the gods and corrupting the young through his teachings, Socrates was offered the choice of renouncing his beliefs or dying by drinking a cup of hemlock. David shows him prepared to die and discoursing on the immortality of the soul with his grief-stricken disciples.

Jacques Louis David (French, 1748–1825). The Death of Socrates, 1787. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Wolfe Fund, 1931 (31.45) | Accused by the Athenian government of denying the gods and corrupting the young through his teachings, Socrates was offered the choice of renouncing his beliefs or dying by drinking a cup of hemlock. David shows him prepared to die and discoursing on the immortality of the soul with his grief-stricken disciples.

Jacques-Louis David, "The Oath of the Horatii"

Jacques-Louis David, "The Oath of the Horatii"

Antonio Canova, The three Graces (1817) // Not to be blasphemous, but just a hint: people appreciate the B-side as much as the front... :)

Antonio Canova, The three Graces (1817) // Not to be blasphemous, but just a hint: people appreciate the B-side as much as the front... :)

The Genius of Canova  Psyche re-animated by Cupid, by Antonio Canova. Paris, Louvre.

The Genius of Canova Psyche re-animated by Cupid, by Antonio Canova. Paris, Louvre.

jacques-louis david -- Death Of Marat One of my all time favorites too Great color, space usage and portrayal of emotion. Also a great story that goes with this painting.

jacques-louis david -- Death Of Marat One of my all time favorites too Great color, space usage and portrayal of emotion. Also a great story that goes with this painting.

Gustave Courbet, The artist's studio, 1854, (Musee d'Orsay, Paris) クールベ 画家のアトリエ

Gustave Courbet, The artist's studio, 1854, (Musee d'Orsay, Paris) クールベ 画家のアトリエ