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 (dō-myā′), Honoré 1808-1879.
French artist best known for his bitterly satirical lithographs of scenes from bourgeois society.


(French domje)
(Biography) Honoré (ɔnɔre). 1808–79, French painter and lithographer, noted particularly for his political and social caricatures



Honoré, 1808–79, French painter, cartoonist, and lithographer.
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Artists represented in the collection include Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Vincent van Gogh, Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse, Pierre Bonnard, Paul Cezanne, Pablo Picasso, Honore Daumier, Georgia O'Keeffe, Mark Rothko, Jacob Lawrence, and Richard Diebenkorn, among others.
Artists who used facial exaggeration for political effect include Honore Daumier (1808-1879), Thomas Nast (1840-1902) and Ben Shahn (1898-1969).
The college honored Daumier Martigues was built in 1976 to a capacity of 600 students.
It has also been illustrated by best artists like Francis Hayman, Honor Daumier, Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps, Gustave Dor, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, and Scott Gustafson etc.
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.
This intriguing exhibition at the Ringling Museum focuses on the work of five art forgers who fooled museums and art professionals with their duplications of works supposedly by the likes of Matisse, Picasso and Daumier.
The organizers underscored Impressionism as the focus of the exhibition, no doubt for marketing reasons of their own, though the artists included ranged more broadly in time and style, from Daumier and Courbet to Seurat and Vallotton.
Exhibition: Honore Daumier, French satirist's work titled Daumier: Visions of Paris (Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, 020 7300 8000) comprises political cartoons, paintings, sculptures and prints which earned him the epithet of 'one of the most important men of modern art.
Commissioner Pete Sorenson did his best to oppose collective punishment and defend the right to assemble, but all became drowned in a sump of lifeless bureaucratic babble from a parade of figures recognizable from the pages of a 19th century Russian novel or a Daumier cartoon.
Several prints by Honore-Victorin Daumier will also be auctioned off.
The drawings, particularly that of McLaren (Figure 9), owe a considerable historical debt to political cartoonists such as Gilray, and particularly to Honore Daumier and Max Beerbohm through their use of an exaggerated head and tiny body, but are also influenced by children's comic characters.