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Honoré Daumier

The Drinkers, ca. 1860

Watercolor, pen and ink, and charcoal on cream laid paper
9 7/16 × 10 1/2 in
24 × 26.7 cm
Permanent collection
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Williamstown
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Honoré Daumier
French, 1808–1879
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The “Michelangelo of caricature,” Honoré Daumier famously satirized France’s bourgeoisie and …

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The “Michelangelo of caricature,” Honoré Daumier famously satirized France’s bourgeoisie and justice system, and masterfully exposed the misery of the masses through the emerging medium of lithography. Grotesque caricatures of government officials endeared him to the public, although one-too-many scathing renderings …

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The “Michelangelo of caricature,” Honoré Daumier famously satirized France’s bourgeoisie and …

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The “Michelangelo of caricature,” Honoré Daumier famously satirized France’s bourgeoisie and justice system, and masterfully exposed the misery of the masses through the emerging medium of lithography. Grotesque caricatures of government officials endeared him to the public, although one-too-many scathing renderings …

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Honoré Daumier

The Drinkers, ca. 1860

Watercolor, pen and ink, and charcoal on cream laid paper
9 7/16 × 10 1/2 in
24 × 26.7 cm
Permanent collection
location
Williamstown
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