Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Pablo Picasso didn't have to worry about love-struck teen-agers carving their initials alongside wobbly hearts or "4-ever" on the wooden frames of their paintings. Auguste Rodin didn't fret that "The Thinker" would become a urinal for dogs and man alike. Nor did Constantin Brancusi imagine that the flat-headed lovers in his statue "The Kiss" would be used as cup holders or for games of "King... More >>>