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Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum (HARVARD UNIVERSITY WILLIAM HAYES FOGG ART MUSEUM//FOGG ART MUSEUM HANDBOOKS)5/5. BARYE, ANTOINE LOUIS (), French sculptor, was born in Paris on the 24th of September Like many of the sculptors of the Renaissance he began life as a goldsmith.
After studying under Bosio, the sculptor, and Gros, the painter, he was in admitted to the École des Beaux Arts. But it was not tillwhen he was working for Fauconnier, the goldsmith, that he discovered his Nationality: French.
The descendant's estate of Antoine-Louis Barye, who died on J at the age of 80, is nowadays exhibited at the Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum book des Luxembourg.
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"This is a reprint of Stuart Pivar's standard work on the sculptor Antoine-Louis Barye, the teacher of Rodin and prime mover of the Romantic Movement in art. It contains many improved black and white photographs and is further enhanced by twenty additional colour plates with captions, provided by Edward Horswell, son of the author of "The Bronze Sculpture of Les Animaliers".Reviews: 1.
Buy Sculpture by Antoine-Louise Barye in the Collection in the Fogg Art Museum by Arthur C. Beale, Jeanne L. Wasserman online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ This statuette is by Antoine Louis Barye () who exhibited his first animal sculpture in the Paris Salon of when he was dubbed an 'Animalier', a maker of animals.
Initially applied with derogatory overtones, this term became widely used for sculptors - of whom Barye was first and foremost - who specialised in this genre. “Hibou Owl” French Bronze Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye & Barbedienne Antoine Louis Barye Bronze “Tiger Seizing A Peacock” Antoine Louis Barye “Tiger devouring A Gazelle” Barye Antoine-Louis Bronze of St.
Michael Fighting the Dragon. Jeanne L. Wasserman and Arthur Beale, Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum, Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, ), no. 31, p. 78 Glenn Franklin Benge, Antoine-Louis Barye: Sculptor of Romantic Realism, Pennsylvania State University Press (University Park, PA and London, England, ), p.
76, ; fig. The Fogg Museum, opened to the public inis the oldest and largest component of the Harvard Art Museums. History.
The museum was originally housed in an Italian Renaissance-style building designed by Richard Morris ing to Donald Preziosi, the museum was not initially established as a gallery for the display of original works of art, but was founded as an institution for the.
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Art (97) Southeast Asian Art & dated and signed in cast ' Barye'. H: 7 3/4, W: 8 3/4, D: 3 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: From the collection of the Estates of Edward C. Fogg, III and Lisbeth A.
Fogg. monumental bronze sculpture depicts Barye's well known "Arab on Horseback"; the man is seated in the saddle with game bird and antelope on the. Antoine Louis Barye The Corcoran Collection by Lilien F.
Robinson & Edward J. Nygren () Sculpture by Antoine Louis Barye in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum by Jeanne Wasserman () Select any Image below to see a description and more information about that Bronze.
A rapprocher de l'aquarelle Antilope conservée au Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University (cf. The Wild Kingdom of Barye, Wildenstein and Co,reproduit p, n°63) Suggested Lots.
Artist: Antoine-Louis Barye (French, Paris – Paris) Date: modeled ca. cast probably –75 Medium: Bronze Accession: On view in: Not on view The Metropolitan Museum of Art. A silvered bronze sculpture of a pheasant by Barye (c.
) He specialized in the animalier school in the production of bronze sculptures. Although a fine artist in his own right, he struggled to create his own identity living in the shadow of his more famous father.
About this Item: Fogg Art Museum / Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Hardcover. Red cloth, gilt letters on spine, black & illus. dust jacket, pp. Issued in conjunction with a exhibition scrutininzing the metamorphoses of specific sculptures rendered by Jean-Antoine Houdon, Antoine-Louis Barye, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, Auguste Rodin, Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
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Robinson & Edward J. Nygren (). Antoine Louis BARYE () (France) is an artist born in The oldest auction result ever registered on the website for an artwork by this artist is a painting sold inat Libert-Castor, and the most recent auction result is a sculpture-volume sold in ___Subseries J: A Bronze Menagerie and Other Works by Antoine-Louis Barye From the Fogg Art Museum'sCollection, 9/25//27/ ___Subseries K: Sculpture on.
Glenn F. Benge, “Antoine-Louis Barye (–),” Metamorphoses in Nineteenth-Century Sculpture, edited by Jeanne L. Wasserman (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), pp. Jeanne L.
Wasserman, Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge: Fogg Art Museum Handbooks, ), pp. The Sculpture Garden will open on Saturday, J with limitations.
The East and West Buildings are currently closed to the public. All on-site events are canceled through Decem This volume gathers Barye s works from the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, whose collection of the artist s work is second only to that of the Louvre.
In addition to the artist s magnificent and anatomically accurate sculptures, the book also features his Reviews: 4. Bronze Sculpture of "Panthéred de l'India No.
1" Antoine-Louis Barye, Gold FB About A most fine cast by the firm of Ferdinand Barbedienne, the Panther of India No. 1 was originally listed in Barye’s catalogue ofnoted by Poletti as having exhibition in Antoine-Louis Barye, (born SeptemParis, France—died JParis), prolific French sculptor, painter, and printmaker whose subject was primarily animals.
He is known as the father of the modern Animalier school. Scholarship in the late 20th century revised Barye’s year of birth from to after adjusting for the shift in year according to the French republican.
The Romantics to Rodin: French Nineteenth Century Sculpture from North American Collections. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles; Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis; The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis.
Untamed: The Art of Antoine-Louis Barye. I recently received information that Barye sold the mold to this piece to Maison Susse in the The Susse Foundry produced this piece along with two smaller versions. This information is from the Walters Gallery book "UNTAMED,The Art of Antoine-Louis Barye".
American Art Galleries, The Collection of a Connoisseur: Art Treasures Collected by the Late Cyrus J. Lawrence, Esq. (New York: American Art Galleries, ), no. (65). Jeanne L. Wasserman, Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge: Fogg Art Museum Handbooks, ), pp.
Barye, Artiste et Artisan, exhib. cat., Univers du Bronze, Paris, Saunier, C., Barye, Paris, Sladmore Gallery, Myth, Monument and Menagerie, the Sculpture of Antoine-Louis Barye, exhib. cat., London, Wasserman, J. L., Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Wildenstein, The wild.
Tiger Attacking a Peacock, by Antoine-Louis Barye, c. plaster, wax - Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University - DSCjpg 5, × 3,; MB Virgin and Child in Majesty (Seat of Divine Wisdom), artist unknown, France, s, polychromed wood - Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University - DSCjpg 3, × 5,; MB.
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Sculptures by Antoine Louis Barye. New York: [The Museum Press], (OCoLC) Named Person: Antoine-Louis Barye; Antoine-Louis Barye: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Preston Remington; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.).
Alfred Pope collected eight bronze sculptures by Barye, primarily small table-top sized versions of cats. Lion with a Serpent, the largest in the collection, was purchased for $1, in October, Full-size versions of Barye’s sculptures can be seen at the Louvre and at Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia.
This beautiful book features masterpieces of sculpture in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum dating from the Renaissance through the nineteenth century.
Celebrated works by the great European sculptors - including Luca and Andrea della Robbia, Juan Mart©Ưnez Monta©ł©♭s, Gianlorenzo Bernini, Jean-Antoine Houdon, Bertel Thorvaldsen, Antoine-Louis Barye, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux.Metamorphoses in 19th Century Sculpture, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Antoine-Louis Barye: The Corcoran Collection, Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery, Houston; The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington; Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, “Michelangelo of the Menagerie”: Bronze Works by Antoine-Louis Barye features approximately seventy works from the Brooklyn Museum’s holdings of bronzes and watercolors by the French artist Antoine-Louis Barye (–).
Dubbed the “Michelangelo of the Menagerie” by the contemporaneous art critic Théophile Gautier, Barye devoted his career to animal subjects, from .