By Morning Picker
This Sunday, Google Doodle honors French Sculptor Camile Claudel, who was a very renowned woman as she in 19th century France was able to overcome gender-based restrictions to study art. A female artist in her way but she is mostly remembered for her relationship with renowned sculptor Auguste Rodin. She started showing her interest in sculpture and clay molding and on the advice of a s
culptor she moved to Paris at the age of 17. In that period, she destroyed her every work and spent the last 30 years in a mental institution and never sculpted again. Certain historians have defined her as an artistic legend whose life was an inspiration to the modern generation with much of her work being displayed at the Musee Camile Claudel in Nogent-sure-Seine an hour outside Paris.