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Movie: Camille Claudel
Starring: Isabelle Adjani, Gérard Depardieu
Released: 1988
Directed by: Bruno Nuytten
Rated: R


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Synopsis: Camille Claudel is based on the true story of the tragic life of the female French sculptor who is best known for her association with the renown sculptor of the 19th century, Auguste Rodin. Exhibiting exceptional talent as a sculptor of marble and stone, Camille is hired by Rodin as an assistant and subsequently becomes romantically involved with him as well. The movie traces the difficulties Camille faces as her own career is constantly eclipsed by the more successful Rodin and several of her own creations are rejected by society as in appropriate for public display. Camille’s emotional stability spirals downward until she is finally committed to a mental asylum at the age of 49.





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Diana Blake is a professional artist and art history enthusiast. Her fascination with art history began when she encountered European art firsthand during several trips abroad as a young adult. As she began to compose a portfolio for her own art career, she called upon what she had seen in Europe and extended her knowledge to other styles of art through profuse reading and exhaustive research. As a result, Diana has written more than one hundred articles in which she delves into a variety of art history topics and she has compiled a list of links that she believes to be invaluable for art history enthusiasts. In addition, she also reviews books and movies on the topic of art history and has assembled an extensive list of online stores that sell books, movies and gift items related to art history.
   You can see Diana's own artwork by visiting her site at www.dianablake.net.