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Daumier

Honor? . 1808--79, French painter and lithographer, noted particularly for his political and social caricatures
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1833, Honore Daumier, Bronze, 4-3/4 x 5-1/8 x 4 inches
These drawings had a particularly powerful impact in France as the war took place during the heyday of some of the country's greatest satirical artists, from Honore Daumier, Cham and Alfred Le Petit to Faustin, Pilotell and Draner.
Mohassess was a caricaturist known for the bold style of his cartoons who drew inspiration from an eclectic range of art and artists including Honore Daumier, Pablo Picasso, as well as Iranian religious art of the 16th and 17th Centuries.
There are also efforts to place Heartfield and German photomontage historically, somewhere between the production of Soviet contemporaries like El Lissitzky, Gustav Klutsis, and Rodchenko, and the nineteenth-century work of Honore Daumier.
For more faithful portraits of the modern life, Baudelaire turned to other artists, among them the caricaturist Honore Daumier.
The larger point, however, is that Dote, like Manet, as well as like Guys, Paul Gavarni, and Honore Daumier, even while soaring across Olympian heights and Stygian depths in an opiate delirium, always kept one foot rooted in the realities of modern Parisian life.
One of the most famous political and social cartoonists was Honore Daumier, whose ironic and insightful lithographs lampooned politics, religion, social institutions, the arts, and individuals both rich and poor.
Constantine and Koren Christofides and Carsten, all of the Institute for American Universities, have realized the dream of the French caricaturist Honore Daumier to create new illustrations for the fables of Jean de la Fontaine.
Alrededor de 1874 el caricaturista Honore Daumier (1808-1879) aun era el mas famoso de Francia, pero empezaba a pasar hambre y su casero amenazaba con lanzarlo a la calle porque se estaba quedando ciego y no podia trabajar.
That experience with human misery influenced his art, which had an air of mysticism and austerity and, like that of his contemporary Honore Daumier, often featured the oppressed and the downtrodden (e.
Well represented are the cartoons of Honore Daumier and Gustave Dore.
Amazingly, Hirschfeld is still knocking them out, even if caricature is regarded poorly by art snobs who forget that both Impressionist master Claude Monet and his predecessor Honore Daumier explored the form.