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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.

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    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.

    http://www.musee-rodin.fr/welcome.htm

    http://www.rodinmuseum.org/

    http://www.rodin-web.org/frames.htm

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    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.

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    Psychological strikes me, too, in most of them!

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    I'm just going to put Psychological and unfinished because polished doesn't sound right, thanks.

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