14 August 2020

France: Rodin Museum sells works amid COVID-19 losses

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The Rodin Museum in Paris will sell limited editions of sculptor August Rodin's masterpieces to make up for the large drop in revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic. reports citing foreign media.

With borders remaining closed as well as a still-circulating virus, the lack of visitors has brought on unforeseen economic harm.

The museum is just one entity in the French creative community that has seen a fall in both proceeds and patrons during nearly four-month shutdown.

President Emmanuel Macron imposed a nationwide lockdown March 11, with a gradual re-opening starting on May 11.

Museums only started welcoming visitors in the past two weeks, and the Rodin Museum opened on Tuesday.

2020.07.08 / 19:32
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