Daumier


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French painter best known for his satirical lithographs of bourgeois society (1808-1879)

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Honore Daumier, "Behold our Nuptial Chamber," Le Charivari, December 13, 1853.
1833, Honore Daumier, Bronze, 4-3/4 x 5-1/8 x 4 inches
224) ilustran a la perfeccion al que fuera genial caricaturista Honore Daumier, al que esta dedicado el estudio que comentamos--digamoslo ya, absolutamente riguroso y estimulante--, del que es autor Luis Puelles, profesor de Estetica en la Universidad de Malaga (entre otros meritos).
[Not the] original product of Daumier's comic vision[,] his series on women's movements reflected the popular sentiment of his time....
The Davies sisters bought works by Turner, Corot, Millet, Daumier, Carriere, Monet and Rodin and by 1924 had built up the largest and most important collection of French Impressionist and post-Impressionist works in the country.
The artist Roberto Fabelo, who is widely recognized as the contemporary Cuban Daumier, opens a door to a world of wonder through a series of images that offer the possibility that they come to us from a different dimension.
The chapter ends with some sound observations on Daumier and the sense of colour conveyed by his lithographs, and with an evocation of Guys's "ebauches parfaites," but one is left wondering how exactly Meryon's exquisite etchings with their razor sharp outlines fits into the argument.
'A world of light that one would in vain look for in regular books of history' wrote the novelist William Makepeace Thackeray in The Paris Sketch Book in 1840, of the work of the artist, lithographer and caricaturist Honore-Victorin Daumier (1808-79).
Articles of Beauty: Edo-period Paintings, Prints, Textiles, and Decorative Objects, through May 20, and Femme, femme, femme: Paintings of Women in French Society from Daumier to Picasso from the Museum of France, March 4-June 2, New Orleans Museum of Art.
The commentary goes on to evoke Daumier's caricature of the Gargantuan Louis-Philippe, which is said to resemble Menippean satire, and to conclude that since 'Le Chien et le flacon' 'embeds a reference to Daumier and to Rabelais's prologue' (p.