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Honore Daumier "The good days of life. A lawyer's triumph."
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Honore-Victorin Daumier(1808-1879) was born in Marseilles, and followed his father to Paris in 1816. In about 1822 he became a pupil of Alexandre Lenoir, and studied the Old Master paintings in the Louvre in the later 1820s. Honore Daumier a famous caricaturist and lithographer, who was also active as a painter and sculptor. From 1830 he made his living drawing cartoons for satirical journals, lampooning the government, the professions and the French bourgeoisie. In 1832 he was imprisoned for making a caricature of King Louis-Philippe. During the course of his career Daumier remained in contact with the main painters of the time, including Delacroix, Millet and Corot. Perhaps due to his reputation as a cartoonist, he did not gain public recognition in his lifetime, though he is now considered a great draughtsman and graphic artist. In 1872 he began to go blind and lived in virtual retirement at Valmondois. Printed by Swiss publishing house Conzett&Huber, Zurich. Copyright by Manesse Verlag, 1946, Switzerland.
Condition
Very good authentic condition for its age.
Dimensions
39 x 29 cm
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Honore Daumier "The good days of life. A lawyer's triumph."

Estimate CHF 200 - CHF 500
Jul 15, 2022
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0011: Honore Daumier "The good days of life. A lawyer's triumph."

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Est. CHF 200 - CHF 500Starting Price CHF 10
Rare Lithographs & Limited Swiss Art
Jul 15, 2022 9:00 PM EDT
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Honore-Victorin Daumier(1808-1879) was born in Marseilles, and followed his father to Paris in 1816. In about 1822 he became a pupil of Alexandre Lenoir, and studied the Old Master paintings in the Louvre in the later 1820s. Honore Daumier a famous caricaturist and lithographer, who was also active as a painter and sculptor. From 1830 he made his living drawing cartoons for satirical journals, lampooning the government, the professions and the French bourgeoisie. In 1832 he was imprisoned for making a caricature of King Louis-Philippe. During the course of his career Daumier remained in contact with the main painters of the time, including Delacroix, Millet and Corot. Perhaps due to his reputation as a cartoonist, he did not gain public recognition in his lifetime, though he is now considered a great draughtsman and graphic artist. In 1872 he began to go blind and lived in virtual retirement at Valmondois. Printed by Swiss publishing house Conzett&Huber, Zurich. Copyright by Manesse Verlag, 1946, Switzerland.
Condition
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Very good authentic condition for its age.
Dimensions
39 x 29 cm

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