The Bourdelle Museum preserves the workshop and gardens of sculptor Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929), and is filled with many of his sculptures. Antoine Bourdelle was one of the most famous sculptors of his generation and an inspiration for the sculptors and artists that would come after him. Walking through the museum you will see more than 500 works including a beautiful collection of plaster, bronze and marble sculptures, paintings, fresco sketches, pastels, and Bourdelle's personal collection of works by other artists as well as the rooms and garden where he thought up and created his work. You will also see original plaster casts of sculptures, document archives, and his collection of literature. For those with an eye for art this museum is not one to be skipped when visiting Paris.
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