Auguste Rodin, Eve, 1881. Rodin intended Eve and the towering Adam to flank his monumental bronze doorway, The Gates of Hell. There, the biblical progenitors of humanity would have stood as perpetual witnesses to the consequences of their sin—bodily death and the damnation of souls. As an independent sculpture, Eve is a physical manifesto of remorse; her body twisted in suffering, her face imprisoned within a gesture of anguish.Take home the allure of Rodin with this exquisitely executed miniature sculpture reproduction. Crafted from cast resin with a bronze finish. Measures 8 x 2.5 x 2.5 in.
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