Rodin's Greek sculptures at the British museum

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Rodin's Greek sculptures at the British museum

From passionate kisses to figures lost in thought - some of the world's most famous sculptures are set to go on show in the capital, as the British museum celebrates the work of Rodin.

The French artist insisted that some of his best creations were inspired by a trip to the venue in the 1800s.

Now for the first time, the pieces will be displayed next to the Greek masterpieces which sparked his creativity.

It opens on Thursday and runs until the 29th of July.

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