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I am on the faculty of U of L and have seen this statue many times. I have to admit that I really didn't pay much attention to it until, I took a guided tour with a man who was associated with U of L...More
I have now seen Rodin's thinker in Paris and Philadelphia, was not expecting to see it in Louisville. Located on the U of Louisville campus, not far from the Speed Museum, well worth the few minutes it takes to walk there.
OK, parking nearby is virtually nonexistent(there is handicapped parking) so the best you can do is drive up to it and maybe stop for a few seconds. The other option is to park at the Speed Museum and walk over. Parking meters nearby? Well, good...More
A replica of Rodin's famous Thinker in front of the old main admin building at the University of Louisville. Handsome setting; formal entrance to the campus. Between downtown and the Churchill Downs race track, so it's on the way. Also near the Speed Museum, the...More
The Rodin's famous Thinking Man is a huge, beautiful statue. I passed it every day on campus as a younger man, paying it little thought. Now I enjoy walking the U of L campus & enjoy capturing photos of this statue & other architecture. Definitely...More
This is actually the centerpiece for the University of Louisville Belknap Campus. It sits directly in front of Grawemeyer Hall and is located in a very picturesque area of the campus. The statue itself, (a reproduction) is nice to look at but pails in comparison...More
This is a forgot piece of art that do few know is genuine. You don't even need go to Paris to see this original Rodin sculpture. All you need is go to University of Louisville Main campus and it's located short distance from the main...More
Located in front of UofL's historic Admin building, stands one of the early copies of Rodin's famous Thinking Man. It is large and photogenic. A walking tour of UofL is a treat for architecture buffs. The university has been in existence since 1798. Conveniently located...More