An unobtrusive artist, though one of very genial talent, was Charles Jacque, the Troyon of sheep.
A few seasons ago a Troyon held its own against any Manet you put up.
Here matters were neither so eventful nor so decisive as on the Troyon ridge.
Troyon will be chiefly remembered by the pictures painted from 1846 to 1858.
Like Troyon he knows his subject well, and can show the nature of sheep with true feeling.
They do not belong in the same group with Troyon and Rousseau.
Dense woodlands lay between Troyon and the position which the First Corps now held.
France, too, before the days of Troyon, had nothing to show worth mentioning.
He too had not the impressiveness of Troyon, though he was, none the less, a healthy and forcible master.
Troyon is perhaps not so correct as Potter, nor so lucid as Albert Cuyp, but he is more forcible and impressive than either.