Shocking! How did he ever think of adding all that mass to the shoulders?
"Headless Nude Torso: Study for Balzac, 38", plaster, 1893-95. I love the earthy solidity of this figure. It would have been nice to see a bronze of this.
Above, 'The Crouching Woman," 1880-82. Okay, this isn't what you'd call a "lesser known" piece but most people are only familiar with the 33" high bronze.
It looks like Rodin modified the shoulder when he scaled it up.
Above, a brooding Victor Hugo. Wow!