Auguste Rodin, a contemporary of the invention of photography, was one of the first to use the medium in his work, both as a documentary tool and as a communication device in the circulation and the archiving of his work. He used to call professional photographers regularly to illustrate critics’ and journalists’ articles. Moreover, his sculptures inspired many photographers from pictorialists to contemporary artists.
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