‘Eternal Spring’ by Auguste Rodin

Eternal Spring by the French sculptor Auguste Rodin is mounted on a metre-high plinth inside the entrance of the Fine Art Gallery. The bronze sculpture measures almost a metre in length and stands at just over half a metre high. It depicts the nude figures of a man and a woman locked in a passionate embrace.

Dr Samantha Howard, Curator of Arts, discusses Rodin’s ‘Eternal Spring’.

This three-minute audio clip describes the sculpture Eternal Spring by Auguste Rodin (1840–1917):

(Transcript)

VocalEyes is a registered charity in England that works with arts organisations across the United Kingdom to identify and remove barriers to access and inclusion for blind and partially sighted people. As project partners with Art UK Sculpture project, VocalEyes collaborated with the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery and 24 other museums and galleries to create audio descriptions of standout sculptural works from their collections.