But everyone who read it would, without hesitation, mentally sign the name of Fromentin.
Blanc, Thor and Fromentin, who have written the best things about them.
"For physical beauty he substitutes moral expression," says Fromentin.
In his works Fromentin has expressed himself, and that is enough.
After some further conversation the elder Fromentin took his departure.
Moreover, he did not see the chivalry of the East like Fromentin.
Fromentin was singing,—a ribald marching song, an unprintable thing, salacious and vilifying the Boches.
Schreyer, who lived in Paris, belonged to the following of Fromentin.
Fromentin is so admirable a painter that I can hardly fancy any appreciative person wishing him different.
In these words the necessity of the step has been indicated by Fromentin himself.