upshot was that Rodin invited me to come and stay with him at
Meudon. The idea was that I should give a poetic interpretation
of all his masterpieces. I produced a number of poems, many of
which I published at the time in the Weekly Critical Review,
an attempt to establish an artistic entente cordiale. The entire
series constitutes my Rodin in Rime. This book is
illustrated by seven often lithographs of sketches which Rodin
gave me for the purpose.
The Confessions of Aleister Crowley.
New York, NY. Hill and Wang, 1969. Page 340.