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 (dō-myā′), Honoré 1808-1879.
French artist best known for his bitterly satirical lithographs of scenes from bourgeois society.
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(French domje)
(Biography) Honoré (ɔnɔre). 1808–79, French painter and lithographer, noted particularly for his political and social caricatures
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Honoré, 1808–79, French painter, cartoonist, and lithographer.
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They suggested the grim drawings of Daumier. All the rooms were painted alike, in salmon-colour with a high dado of maroon; and there was in them an odour of disinfectants, mingling as the afternoon wore on with the crude stench of humanity.
The 10 most faked painters are Giorgio de Chirico, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Salvador Dali, Honore Daumier, Vincent van Gogh, Kazimir Malevich, Amedeo Modigliani, Frederic Remington, Auguste Rodin, Maurice Utrillo TEMPTING TV
Compare this with Peter Doig's 2004 painting Metropolitain (House of Pictures), in which a man in a top hat--himself a quotation from Honore Daumier's nineteenth-century painting The Print Collector--peruses a wall of pictures.
Inspired by Georges Seurat's Circus Sideshow (Parade de cirque), this thematic exhibition examines the fascination the sideshow held for other 19th-century artists--including Daumier and Picasso.
Caricatures by artist Honore Daumier in the daily satirical newspaper, Le Charivari, document the confusion and anxiety inherent in the ongoing erasure and remarking of the city's physiognomy and, consequently, social and cultural traditions.
Ha alguns anos, Daumier fez uma obra notavel, Historia antiga, que era, por assim dizer, a melhor parafrase da celebre questao: quem nos livrara dos gregos e dos romanos?
The exhibition was organized around related themes and featured works by prominent artists including William Blake, Theodore Gericault, Francisco de Goya, John Constable, Honore Daumier, Eugene Delacroix, and Joseph Mallord William Turner.
PUELLES Romero, Luis: Honore Daumier. La risa republicana.
Wright's first instinct, he reports, was to evoke the slightly exaggerated style of Daumier and Dickens.