Among all little figures, I was drawn by the Meditation figure.
It looked like levitation at first and proved to be a version with no legs. Thus exploring the impact of "unfinished" figures - ones with missing parts. The Meditation /with legs/ figure did look more common and less interesting next to it.
The assemblage method - I think of it like LEGO process /assembling feet, legs, torsos, arms, head... etc/ looked so interesting too. Its variation - taking out just an element - a foot, hand or leg - makes a statement of its own. Loved this idea.
And I admired some more details. The lovely table and the gentle grey on the walls:
And finally the entrance, the staircase and some other little details - all behind the walls containing Rodin's work. I will show them shortly in a separate post, as this one is quite long already.