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Part of the permanent collection, the Rodin garden and interior collections is worth the time. Stunning that an individual could amass such a collection. Only curiosity: only one bust of Camille Claudel, considering her impact on his art.
If in the Palo Alto area, a quick trip onto the Stanford campus to visit this museum is worthwhile. It is well known as a Rodin collection museum, with statues outside and in. Nearby paid parking is a little sketchy (cars have been broken into,...More
Paris is amazing, but who can afford to go there every weekend. If you live anywhere around Palo Alto, I highly recommend this FREE museum and sculpture garden. It has the largest collection of Rodins outside of Paris and is a wonderful place to bring...More
The Cantor Arts Center is a beautiful place to wander around. Personally, I love Rodin and the collection there is simply beautiful. There was a stunning exhibit of Contemporary Chinese paintings on display when we were there. A must see while visiting Palo Alto!
This and the nextdoor Anderson museum are amazing world class museums for free. Cantor has a fixed collection, and a visiting collection, while Anderson has a fixed but changing collection of modern art painting and sculpture. I can't recommend these enough. Outside of Cantor is...More
This museum is so well-curated it ranks with top museums in San Francisco and New York. The special exhibitions are brilliant and beautiful (currently Chinese Ink Painting); even the frames are thoughtfully-considered. The Anderson Collection next door is a first-rate museum of modern American Art,...More
A great little museum that offers Rodin sculptures, fascinating eclectic art and history of the Stanford family. Tip: if your time is limited, parking in front of the Cantor isn't an issue after 4, because that is when the permit parking stops.
So I came here because they said they had 200 piece of Rodin. They probably do with the gates of hell pieces. Overall compared to a lot of collections it’s relatively small and there is the Anderson building next door with a bigger modern art...More