Great artists have their muses: Dante’s Beatrice, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Zelda and Salvador Dalí’s Gala, for example. Such relationships tend to be fraught and tempestuous. But few artist-muse couples reached the dramatic pitch of Auguste Rodin and the much younger Camille Claudel,...
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June 10, 2015 | 12:53 pm
March 9, 2011 | 10:36 am
A bronze statue by French sculptor Auguste Rodin was stolen from the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
The theft of “Naked Balzac with Folded Arms,” created in 1892, reportedly occurred during the multi-year renovation of the museum that was completed last summer.
Its disappearance was...