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Why locals recommend it
Visiting Antoine Bourdelle’s former studio is like a trip to the late 19th century, when artists like he and his master, Auguste Rodin, were creating their masterpieces. Bourdelle’s monumental sculptures on display here and the recent extension designed by Christian de Portzampac create a reflective, atmosphere that make the museum well worth a visit. The museum’s permanent collection is always free. There are entry fees to the temporary exhibits, but since the museum is associated with the city of Rome, visiting Romans are granted free admission to those as well!
Tips from locals
museum bourdelle is for me a poetic museum with beautifull scuplture, and it is a free museum!
The Bourdelle museum dedicated to Bourdelle retains extremely varied and rich collections. To the vast collection of sculptures (plasters, bronzes, marbles, stones, earth, sandstone) is added that of the collection of drawings of the artist preserved in the cabinet of graphic arts. The Bourdelle…
The sculptor Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929), a pupil of Rodin, produced a number of monumental works including the modernist relief friezes at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, inspired by Isadora Duncan
Impressive Sculptures of Bourdelle. Really small and beautiful museum, with a little garden inside