Parisian sculptor Camille Claudel

By Bondo Wyszpolski

A splendid vision, a troubled life Sculpture by Camille Claudel is on view at the Getty Museum by Bondo Wyszpolski Frida Kahlo has managed to slip out from under the shadow of Diego Rivera, but Camille Claudel has had a much harder time being perceived apart from Auguste Rodin, despite the latter once having said that all of his friends “seem to think Mademoiselle Claudel is still my protégée, when in fact she is an unappreciated artist.” Others went further…