All Honore Daumier 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
699 Advice to a Young Artist  Advice to a Young Artist   1860 The National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
10979 Crispin and Scapin  Crispin and Scapin   Scapin and Silvester, CA, 1858 - 1860. 1' 11 3/4" x 2' 8 1/4" ( 60.5 x 82 cm ). Gift of Societe des Amis du Louvre, 1912.
88189 Der Kupferstich-Liebhaber  Der Kupferstich-Liebhaber   1857-1860 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 41 x 33 cm cyf
21366 Don Quixote (mk09)  Don Quixote (mk09)   c 1868 Oil on canvas,52.2 x 32.8 cm Munich,Bayerische Staatsgemalde-sammlungen,Neue Pinakothek
40745 Don Quixote and Sancho Pansa  Don Quixote and Sancho Pansa   mk156 c.1868 Oil on canvas 52x32cm
43337 Don Quixote and Sancho Panza  Don Quixote and Sancho Panza   mk170 circa 1866 Oil on oak 40.3x64.1cm
10976 Don Quixote and the Dead Mule  Don Quixote and the Dead Mule   1867. 4' 4 1/4" x 1' 9 1/2" ( 132.5 x 54.5 cm ) Gift of Baroness Eva Gebhard-Gourgaud, 1965.
62537 Guizot or the Bore  Guizot or the Bore   1832-33 Painted clay, height 22 cm Mus?e d'Orsay, Paris The busts of the Parliamentarians was commissioned in 1832 by Charles Philipon, the director of La Caricature, and executed during actual sittings of the Chambre des D?put?s. These busts mark a total break with the tradition of the neoclassical portrait.Helped by acute powers of observation and a remarkably expressive talent as a draughtsman and modeller, Daumier tried to reveal the deep truth of his models through an uncompromising image enhanced by exaggeration and polychromy.. Author: DAUMIER, Honor? Title: Guizot or the Bore Form: sculpture , 1801-1850 , French , other
52529 Laundress on the Quai d'Anjou  Laundress on the Quai d'Anjou   c. 1860 Oil on panel, 29 x 20 cm
10972 Scene from a Comedy  Scene from a Comedy   ( Moliere? ) Or a Scapin. 1' 1" x 9 3/4" ( 32.5 x 24.5 cm ). Gift of Mrs. Dulac and Miss Turquois, 1928.
89110 Scene from a Comedy  Scene from a Comedy   between 1858(1858) and 1862(1862) Medium oil on wood cyf
21362 The Emigrants (mk09)  The Emigrants (mk09)   1852/55 Oil on panel,16.2 x 28.7 cm Paris,Musee du Petit Palais
10969 The Laundress  The Laundress   CA. 1863. 1' 7 1/4" x 1' 1/4" ( 49 x 33.5 cm ).
21369 The Melodrama (mk09)  The Melodrama (mk09)   c 1860 Oil on canvas,97.5 x 90.4 cm.Munich,Bayerische Staatsgemalde-sammlungen,Neue Pinakothek
23282 The Print Collectiors (nn03)  The Print Collectiors (nn03)   c 1878 Ink and wash on paper 35 x 32 cm 13 3/4 x 12 1/2 in Victoria and Albert Museum London
698 The Print Collector  The Print Collector   1857-63 The Art Institute of Chicago
702 The Print Collectors  The Print Collectors  
700 The Republic  The Republic   1848 Musee d'Orsay, Paris
10974 The Thieves and the Donkey  The Thieves and the Donkey   From La Fontaine. 1 11" x 1' 10" ( 58.5 x 54.5 cm ).
701 The Third Class Carriage  The Third Class Carriage   Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
43971 The Third-class Carriage  The Third-class Carriage   1860-63 Oil on canvas, 65 x 90 cm
52530 The Uprising  The Uprising   c. 1860 Oil on canvas, 88 x 113 cm
40727 The Washer woman  The Washer woman   mk156 c.1860-63 Oil on panel 49x33.5cm
89111 The Washerwoman  The Washerwoman   1863(1863) Medium oil on wood cyf
21363 The Washerwoman (mk09)  The Washerwoman (mk09)   c 1860 Oil on panel,49 x 34 cm Paris,Musee National du Louvre
86760 Two Uprising  Two Uprising   Oil on canvas Dimensions 87.6 x 113 cm (34.5 x 44.5 in) cyf

Honore Daumier
1808-1879 French Honore Daumier Locations In some 40 years of political and social commentary Honore Daumier created an enormously rich and varied record of Parisian middle-class life in the form of nearly 4,000 lithographs, about 1,000 wood engravings, and several hundred drawings and paintings. In them the comic spirit of Moli??re comes to life once again. After having been the scourge of Louis Philippe and the July Monarchy (1830-1848), Daumier continued as a satirist of Louis Napoleon and the Second Empire (1851-1870). Poor himself, the artist sympathized with the struggling bourgeois and proletarian citizens of Paris. As a man of the left, he battled for the establishment of a republic, which finally came in 1870. Liberals have always applauded Daumier; some conservatives, however, have been inclined to consider him woolly-minded. Honore Daumier, born on Feb. 26, 1808, in Marseilles, was the son of a glazier. When Honore was 6, the family moved to Paris, where the elder Daumier hoped to win success as a poet. Honore grew up in a home in which humanistic concerns had some importance. A born draftsman and designer who was largely self-taught, he received some formal instruction from Alexandre Lenoir, one of Jacques Louis David students. An obscure artist named Ramelet taught Daumier the elements of the new, inexpensive, and popular technique of lithography. Daumier style is so much his own that it is not easy to disentangle influences from other artists. Rembrandt and Francisco Goya are usually mentioned, along with Peter Paul Rubens, the Venetian school, and photography.

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