This is one of the museums in Paris created in the 18th century. One of Rodin’s renowned work, The Thinker, is housed in such building. It also includes The Kiss and The Burghers of Calais. Not only is the location grand, it is also a frilly mansion constructed by a rich financier to be the “finest town house in Paris” in the Rocaille style. The creations span the grand career of Auguste Rodin, the maître to whom the world kowtowed. Before Rodin took up residence at 77 Rue de Varenne, towards the end of his life, the place was home to a commune of artists including Isadora Duncan, Cocteau, Matisse, and Rilke.