Here, with regard to the anatomy of animals, we pursue the same method, and the example chosen shall be that of barye.
Five days of the week he went to barye's studio and worked for the master.
After a certain point the true ceases to be true, as nobody knew better than barye, the greatest of the "realists."
He deserted his day's work at barye's and remained at home modelling.
In his paintings indeed, even more than in his sculpture, barye shows his interest in the psychological side of his problem.
barye's voice had been light, but the sculptor knew the underlying ring in it.
It is therefore inadvisable to attempt at this date the collection of barye's bronzes without special knowledge or advice.
barye's poetry, however, was the unalterable poetry of life.
He was born in Paris in 1840, studied at the Petit École and later with barye.
These certainly were far from being trivial satisfactions, and barye had also reaped a harvest of even subtler joys.