Humidity-controlled warmair treatment for the Rodin Museum in Paris
by Claudia Klingspigl
Musée Rodin Meudon in the south of Paris
Thermo Lignum treats Rodin sculptures
The Musée Rodin in Meudon - this is where the sculptor once lived and worked. With its villa, sculpture studio and park, the Musée Rodin in Meudon offers a comprehensive look into the life and art of Rodin. His sculptures are exhibited there in their various stages, illustrating the different phases of his creative process.
The name Auguste Rodin (1840 in Paris; † 1917 in Meudon) is associated with stone and bronze - so why humidity-controlled warmair treatment against insect pests? Well, because even the most important sculptures usually require supporting structures - and these are mainly made of wood, which can be attacked by insect pests. Whether in the case of active infestation or as a preventive measure before storage in a depot, Thermo Lignum's humidity-controlled warm air treatment can help to ensure that these treasures are preserved for posterity.