posted by Tabby on .
Which phrase best describes the style of Rodin's sculptures? psychological and unfinished, Neo-Classical yet light-hearted, unfinished and light-hearted, unfinished yet polished?
I think it is unfinished and light-hearted.
Those are your only choices? I don't think "light-hearted" could be applied to his work!
Here are several sites with various descriptions. Let us know what you think after you've gone through these.
I looked at many of his sculptures such as The Walking Man, The Kiss, Adam and Eve, The Gates of Hell. I think most of them appear to be finished, but I'm going to go with unfinished yet polished.
Psychological strikes me, too, in most of them!
I'm just going to put Psychological and unfinished because polished doesn't sound right, thanks.