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barye

[′ba·rē]
(mechanics)
The pressure unit of the centimeter-gram-second system of physical units; equal to 1 dyne per square centimeter (0.001 millibar). Also known as microbar.

barye

The pressure unit of the centimeter-gram-second (CGS) system of physical units. It is equal to 1 dyn/cm2 (0.001 mb), or 10−6 bar. Sometimes called a microbar. See also bar.
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Such assumptions were brought to bear on Barye's art by the critic Gustave Planche, who sought to rescue Barye from his own animal subjects in a long essay published on July 1, 1851 in the Revue des Deux Mondes.
Planche had singled out Barye's sculpture for comment in his reviews of the Salons starting already in 1831, when Barye made his debut as an animal sculptor with his sensational Tigre devorant un gavial.
The tone of this passage is defensive, which highlights the fact that one of the fundamental ambitions of the article was to defend Barye against the claim that he was a mere animalier.
Un Jaguar devorant un lievre demonstrates Barye's continued interest right up through the Salon of 1851 of the very literalism that Planche argued Barye had left behind at this point in his career.
The importance of Planche's article on Barye cannot be overemphasized.
Whether or not the Goncourts set out to counter Planche's argument about Bayre in their remarks on Un Jaguar devorant un lievre, itis clear that they reach diametrically opposite conclusions about Barye and the course of his career.
Barye a introduit dans notre ecole un element nouveau, ou plutot un ordre d'art renouvele des monumens de l'art antique, le nombre des sculpteurs d'animaux n'a cesse d'augmenter d'annee en annee.
On sait que Canova possedait un moulage de cheval dans son atelier, Jean-Baptiste Giraud montrait des moulages de membres humains disseques qui furent dessines par Emeric-David lui-meme (Shedd, "Un dialogue" 347), Barye avait accumule de nombreux moulages d'animaux, quelques-uns subsistent dans la section d'anatomie de l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts (LeRoy-Jay Lemaistre, La Griffe et la dent 67-70 et nos 118-28).
La Griffe et la dent: Antoine Louis Barye (1795-1875), sculpteur animalier.
Des recherches communes de Barye et Delacroix au Laboratoire d'anatomie du Museum d'Histoire Naturelle.
Lion au serpent en bronze de Barye, Salon de 1836, no 1864) plusieurs ebauches monstrueuses qui n'appartiennent nullement au monde animal.
Il semble en effet que l'administration de Louis-Philippe avait tout d'abord commande ce groupe en marbre; est-ce Barye lui-meme qui a propose le bronze?