Above: A view of the Musée Rodin building, which was the mansion Rodin worked in during the later years of his successful career.
Pictures 1 and 12 show the top of Hôtel des Invalides, the resting place for Napoleon Bonaparte.
Pictures 2 to 4, Auguste Rodin - The Gates of Hell, made for a Museum of Decorative Arts that was never built.
Picture 5, Auguste Rodin - The Three Shades, 1887. Interpreted as figures entering the Gates of Despair from Danté's Hell.
Picture 6, Auguste Rodin - Pierre de Wissant, 1887.
Pictures 7 to 11, Auguste Rodin - The Thinker.
Picture 13, a metro (subway) sign.