Daumier license plate

Postcard “Alcoholism You can beat it”
First Day of Issue with stamp, Washington 1981

Daumier typeface
“DaumierComique1836”, a new typeface by Mercedes Gardner, copyright by Mencho, 2011. The letters are based on Daumier’s alphabet DR325. For details about the alphabet and children’s book see DR323; DR324; DR325 in the DAUMIER REGISTER.



Postcard by Horst Janssen
Postkarte Blei- und Buntstift 1961: “Daumier” überzeichnet. Imitation der Daumier Lithographie DR1374.

Drawing after a lithograph by Daumier.
Painted on glass by a contemporary artist.

Modern caricature after Daumier by James Gurney on Daumier’s politicians.

Wood engraving
by Fritz Eichenberg (1901-1990). “Homage to Daumier”

Homage To Daumier
Homage To Daumier by Tarmo Pasto, 1970

Third Class Carriage
Lucien MATHELIN (1905-1981) – LE WAGON DE II° CLASSE (after DAUMIER) Oil on canvas, signed, 54 X 65 cm

Flat tin figure after Daumier.
Engraved on both sides. Masterclass engraving by Franz Carl Mohr. 54mm.

The same motive as a drawing.

Entrepôt d’Ivry
Postcard copy of the famous poster by Daumier “Entrepôt d’Ivry” DR4008.

Sculpture of five heads
Sculpture caricature in baked clay (terracotta) “Portrait-charge à cinq têtes” showing Honoré Daumier, C.F. Daubigny, J.-J.Grandville, L. Steinheil, Lionne, the dog of A.V. Geoffroy-Dechaume. About 1850 (?)
CHENILLION Jean-Louis (1810-1875) attributed
The sculpture is at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris

Three heads
“A´la Honore Daumier ehk kingitus Eesti Rojalistlikule Parteile” / “A´ la Honore Daumier or a Present to the Estonian Royalist Party”. 1991.

Statue in bronze of a lawyer after Daumier, placed in Vesoul (France) on the Place du Tribunal.

Elementary School Project
Daumier Portrait Busts – a project of Robinson Elementary School, Manhattan Beach, CA by Marianne Coble
Poking fun and exaggerating qualities to make a political or social statement was a talent honed by 19th century caricaturist, sculptor, and painter, Honoré Daumier. In the same manner as Daumier, the young student sculptors will have the opportunity to extract satirical imagery from clay. Using basic clay techniques, students will learn to sculpt small busts depicting one of three 19th century characters. They will have fun pulling and stretching, adding and removing, then painting clay in an exaggeration of facial features.

Medal by Ronald SEARLE
Ronald SEARLE (1920-2011) Copper relief medallion: Charles Philipon. Diameter 76mm
left: La Poire, a caricature of King Louis Philipe, done by Philipon
middle: drawing of Charles Philipon beating a drum
right: Charles Philipon beating a drum (reverse of the medal)

Rue Daumier, Paris, around 1910.

Set of Postcards by the Bibliothèque Nationale

Delft tile
Ceramic TILE: Sketch after Daumier in delftblue, 15×15 cm, surface glossy.

Delft tile
Handpainted tile after Daumier, 1939, celebrating 100 years of the first Daguerreotype, 6 x 6 inches.

Ceramic plate after Daumier. GRIFFITHS Charles Edmond (graveur, auteur du décor), HAMLET Charles (dit) ; FAIENCERIES DE CREIL & MONTEREAU (auteur du modèle)

Sheet Music
Daumier face à Don Quichotte: pour flute (jouant aussi en sol et piccolo) et trio à cordes partition et parties. Antoine Duhamel. ISBN 10: M043085072, ISBN 13: 9790043085072. Editor: Gerard Billaudot.

Caricature after Daumier
Modern caricature after Daumier by William Fiesterman (April 17, 2010). To see more about this artist go to

Ferdinand Bac (1859-1952): Scène humoristique (signed and dated 21.6.1947)
27 cm x 21 cm.

-Qu’est-ce que cet individu?
– un nommé Daumer, à ce qu’ils disent…
– Connais pas…

Postcard by CPM Jihel on Daumier and absinthe.

Color lithograph by French caricaturist Tim: Daumier presenting Ratapoil. Size 80×60 cm, signed and numbered. About 1985

Wine advertisement from 1981 illustrated with Daumier’s lithograph DR2950.

Postcard of a Restaurant Le Daumier Vendôme

Small sculpture (10 x 30 cm) by an unknown artist, 19th century. Titled: Personnage. A copy after the lithograph DR1450.

LE GRELOT 28 juillet 1878

Daumier vient de voir sa pension portée fr 1,200 à 2,400 francs. C’est beaucoup moins que ce que touche Mme Walewska, veuve d’un ministre de Badinguet.
Avis aux jeunes gens. Au lieu de se mettre caricaturistes, ils feront mieux d’être veuves de ministres.

Daumier has just seen his pension increased from 1,200 to 2,400 francs. This is much less than what Ms. Walewska, widow of a minister in Badinguet, receives.
Notice to young people. Instead of becoming caricaturists, they had better be widows of ministers.

3 plates with illustrations after Daumier’s lithographs:
DR2499, DR2522, DR2523
(Click on the image for enlargement)

Caricature by Ernest Pignon (born 1942) French artist, showing