Rodin’s belief in the expressive power of every aspect of human anatomy led to some of his most radical experiments, like this sculpture of two right hands. The sculptor published a book on the Gothic cathedrals of France in 1914 and renamed this piece, formerly known as The Arch of Alliance, after the rib vaulting found in Gothic churches.
- Museum Exclusive
- Solid brass, electro-plated with non-tarnishing silver finish, giclée print
- Bookmark measures 3" x 1.5"; tassel measures 5.5 inches
- Packaged in a clear sleeve on a paper story card
- Made in the USA