epa02554252 Tree reporductions of The Thinker by French artist Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) are on display at the museum Singer in Laren, The Netherlands, 28 January 2011. The museum exhibited on 28 January 2011 for the first time the restored statue The Thinker that along with six other bronze statues, was stolen from the sculpture garden of the Singer Laren Museum in January 2007. It was recovered two days later, but the sculpture was damaged. Its restoration was carried out by the University of Amsterdam's Department of Conservation and Restoration in the Ateliergebouw in the Dutch capital. EPA/TOUSSAINT KLUITERS
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