France exhibition celebrates Rodin's sculptures

A marble masterpiece forgotten for more than a century is expected to sell for almost $1m. The artwork is by master French sculptor Auguste Rodin, who died 100 years ago.

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    A marble masterpiece forgotten for more than a century is expected to sell for almost $1m.

    The artwork is by master French sculptor Auguste Rodin, who died 100 years ago.

    The work is being auctioned off as part of a series of events in Paris celebrating his life.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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