What is all this absurd poppycock about?
To settle the debate they grabbed the nearest phone and called up their bright-minded buddies at deFusie. So what is it exactly?
Mark Manson - Author. Thinker. Life Enthusiast.
This Thursday night, the beautiful Stadsschouwburg will play host to a variety of thinkers; an established one, Meindert Fennema , but also three fresh minds, Jordy de Meij , Nura Rutten and Thomas Hogeling. They will all introduce an idea, either new and unfinished or rooted and matured, and discuss this idea.
Different from what you may feel a modern talkshow is, the guests are not here just to impose their story on the audience. Are insults what they used to be?
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She sells sea shells by the seashore. Betty bought a bit of butter.
But the butter Betty bought was bitter. The seven silly sheep Silly Sally shooed Shilly-shallied south. These sheep shouldn't sleep in a shack; Sheep should sleep in a shed.
This name supports the theory that the statue was meant as a depiction of Dante. The name The Thinker is credited to foundry workers who felt the sculpture bore a notable resemblance to Michelangelo's sculpture of the same name.
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Rodin chose to make his Thinker naked to follow in the style of the heroic nudes of Michelangelo and his Renaissance brethren. It's also suspected that the works of Rodin's contemporary, German sculptor Hugo Rheinhold , were an inspiration. Art historians cite the pair's shared interest in poses that favored the natural and realistic postures of man. The fertile thought slowly elaborates itself within his brain.
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He is no longer a dreamer, he is a creator. Did you know fine art could have spin-offs? Rodin experimented with a plaster cast version of his Gates of Hell standout. Measuring around 3 feet tall, The Thinker made its individual exhibition debut, which proved popular enough to inspire Rodin to think bigger.