I find it hard to pick one in particular, as there were so many over the last several decades. For some reason, I clearly remember visiting Rodin Museum in Philadelphia 25 years ago. I knew and loved his works from the photos, but seeing them live was unforgettable. As I marveled at the smooth surfaces of his marble sculptures and painstakingly detailed bronzes, I couldn’t believe that it is possible to make it so vivid, so “real” using stone and metal. He could convey human emotions through these unyielding materials so perfectly. Of course, we have Michelangelo and Bernini masterpieces that came well before him. Still, Rodin was, perhaps, one of the greatest masters of our time (I say “our” because he died just over 100 years ago) who was able to portray the intensity of human emotions with such lucidity and perceived ease. I later visited his museum in Paris as well. Please share your favorite museum visit.