On Day 6, it was back in Paris. The day started at the Musée Rodin, featuring the sculptor who worked in the same era and writers like Victor Hugo and the Impressionists ,
and collected some of their work.
After that, it was off to the Arc de Triomphe and along the Champs d'Élysées to the Petit Palais, home of a free museum of art well worth seeing.
The day ended at the Place de la Concorde, the place where Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and many others lost their heads in 1793, just after the French Revolution.
Above: A collection of paintings by Auguste Rodin at the Musée Rodin.
Rodin began his career painting and dabbling in sculpture for his pottery job, before moving to sculpture full-time.
Below: Pictures 1 to 3 show the entrance, main museum building and part of the garde of the Musée Rodin.
Picture 4, Alphonse Legros - Auguste Rodin, 1882.
Picture 5, Auguste Rodin - Fugit Amor, 1887.
Picture 6, Auguste Rodin - Avarice and Lust, 1887.
Picture 7, a painting in the Musée Rodin.
Picture 8, Auguste Rodin - The Metamorphoses of Ovid, 1889.
Picture 9, Auguste Rodin - Psyche-Spring, 1886.
Picture 10, Auguste Rodin - a collection of various sculptures and some guy with a camera.
Picture 11, Auguste Rodin - Illusion, Sister of Icarus, 1894-1896.
Picture 12, Auguste Rodin - Monument to Victor Hugo, 1909.